This course aims to introduce participants to the principles of rights-based approaches to Policy and Budget Analysis and policy influencing through evidence-based advocacy tools and processes.
- Introduction to public policy and governance – principles and practices
- Women rights and gender responsive public service delivery
- Introduction to policy research, analysis and advocacy
- Political economy and the role of neoliberalism
- National development priorities and the global development agenda
- Linking Policy Pronouncements to Financial Commitments
- Rights based Social Accountability for Public Sector Improvement: Tools, Processes and Inspirational Practices
- Networking and lobbying for influencing policy change
- Stakeholder mapping and action for policy change
- By the end of the course participants will be able to:
Have acquired skills for policy and budget analysis and advocacy in order to be able to apply course content to their country and organization specific contexts.
- Identify policy advocacy opportunities and work out strategies to engage with their public policy framework in their country and organization contexts.
Governance and development actors from non-governmental organizations, cooperatives, and associations, community-based organizations; farmers’ organizations and the media involved in or want to be involved in a human rights-based approach to policy formulation and implementation processes.
Fee for the Course
|Full board in a single room(meals & Accommodation)||$471 per week|
|Full board in a shared room(meals & Accommodation)||US$339 per week|
|Hostel Quad plus Meal per week||US$87 per week|
HOW TO REGISTER
To sign up for the course click: Public Policy Analysis online application form
MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS-TCDC)
This course can be tailored upon your organization request
2019-07-01T05:00:00Z → 2019-07-05T14:00:00Z