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Research, Advocacy and Campaign – Training Guide


Among the key determining factor for a consolidated democracy there is the provision of adequate and efficient public services to most vulnerable persons living in deprived communities. Ensuring provision of adequate public services and opportunities to vulnerable communities require Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and social movements to become drivers for change in systems, policies and structures. CSOs, social movements and groups need to be provided with the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively work and engage with a cross-section of change-makers and duty bearers for increased access to social
and economic opportunities, especially for marginalized women and Persons Living with Disabilities (PLWDs).