C4C, or Capacity for Change, is a programme that wishes to enhance the talent and competence of civil society practitioners across South Asia.
Who should apply
It is for those who wish to join the non-governmental sector or those who are already in it and would like to enhance their capacities; those who possess some ideals and belief that the work they do affect and transforms, for the betterment of people. The more you know how to process things, the better you are. How else will you question better?
Primarily, to effect a transformation, to be part of a process that leads to transformation, you also have to learn. That is what C4C is all about. Teach yourself to be true, truthful, a data-sweeper and data-cruncher; someone who intervenes for a reason.
The programme is predicated on our institutional experience of having been involved in advocacy, awareness and shaping policy discourse and implementation for more than 25 years.
How can you deliver on something if you do not know how and where to find it?
C4C is an opportunity to stay true to change. You want to know how to push it? How does one arm oneself to change things? Do you have the capacity for change?
Come to the programme to clear some doubts. Come also because you know the doubts, and want to move on to build a better future.
What will be discussed
Communication & advocacy: Is the pen really mightier?
Environmental advocacy & campaigns: Case studies
Law & environment: Legal tools & strategies
Tools for activists: How online & offline media tools work
Assignment: Developing an effective campaign strategy
Leading lawyers, grassroot activists, noted academicians, policy experts, and CSE’s experienced research and programme staff comprise the faculty.
Last Date for applying
Monday, April 8, 2013
Course Fee: INR 6,000 (Includes training fees, local field excursions, select reading materials, together with lunch and refreshments during all training days.)
Note: Please pay your fee after your participation in the course is confirmed. When sending your draft/cheque, do mention on the envelope the name of the course. Also, email the draft/cheque number to course contact.
This interdisciplinary month-long summer certificate course on environment and development issues allows Indian participants to understand and critically evaluate issues that lie at the interface of environment and development- poverty, democracy, equity and justice.