Learning journal_Influencing Course 2- M2
Learning journal_Influencing Course 2- M1_ Final 1
Handout - Case study - Influencing without adequate planning C2M1
In light of the news about future disability inclusion within humanitarian initiatives supported by the EU, check out this a great resource developed last year by Handicap International and UNICEF. The guidance provides insight into the situation of children with disabilities in humanitarian contexts, and how they are excluded from humanitarian action.
Including Children with Disabilities in Humanitarian Action
Everyone agrees that inclusion is hard, that reaching the poorest and most marginalised is difficult. The layers and reinforcing cycles of exclusion defy the conventional development project approach. Something else, something qualitatively different is needed.Many organisations, large and small, are tackling the deep challenges of exclusion and coming up with creative, innovative and workable solutions that are putting into practice the policies and strategies that everyone is talking about.This Barefoot Guide, written by 34 practitioners from 16 different countries on all continents makes many of these successful approaches and solutions more visible.
For more Champions of Change Documents please follow the below links.
Champions of change process description
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Champions of Change Training of Trainers (TOT)
Champions of Change Webinar 2017
Champions of Change Activity Breakdown
Champions of Change 2 Pager Boys
Champions of Change Implementing Map
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