The European Region of the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA-Europe) is an international non-governmental umbrella organisation bringing together over 400 organisations from 45 European countries. ILGA-Europe advocates for the human rights and equality of LGBTI people at the European level, in particular in relation to asylum, hate crime and hate speech,…
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Through this toolkit VNC hopes that campaigners will acquire the following skills: An understanding of why and how information and communication technologies (ICTs) can be appropriated by women’s rights and human rights groups in their advocacy skills through their use of online tools, including networking and mobile tools for advocacy and campaigning; The ability to develop an advocacy / communication strategy; Knowing what social networking is and the various spaces and tools they could use in their online activism; An understanding of online privacy and security issues relevant to building their online activism.
This Activist Toolkit is designed to give you the resources and information you’ll need to be successful. It’s an everyday reference with tips for running an effective group, advice on how to educate and advocate, planning materials, information about Amnesty International and more.
This guide explains how activists can use blogs as part of campaigns against injustice around the world. Blogging can help activists in several ways. It is a quick and inexpensive way to create a presence on the Internet, to disseminate information about a cause, and to organize actions to lobby decision-makers.