Learn about Data Advocacy and Communications with TransparenCEE

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TransparenCEE workshop: Communications and Advocacy with Data for more efficient anti-corruption actions in Central and Eastern Europe*.

This training is for civil society actors working in the field of anti-corruption in CEE* especially on topics of public money tracking, exposing corruption, increasing civic participation and opening decision making process in public institutions more transparent.

If you work with data, no matter if they are qualitative or quantitative, about public officials, parliaments, local or national budgets, public procurements or anything that concerns making public sphere more open and hence less vulnerable to corruption, this training is for you.

During the training, we will focus on the ways to communicate findings from data analysis and making audiences engaged in order to make change possible. During 8 hours of work, participants will prepare their strategies for Data Advocacy and Communications in their data projects.

The training is a side event during Personal Democracy Forum CEE in Gdańsk. It will take place on Saturday 8th of April.

We will invite 15 participants from Central and Eastern Europe*, covering costs of stay and travels for the whole PDF CEE event. If you need the visa to Poland we will help you in obtaining it.

Priority will be given to participants connected to the TransparenCEE network. We encourage organizations to delegate more than one person from the team.

Open call: please fill in the survey till February 24.

If you have any questions please contact Aanna Kuliberda at akuliberda@techsoupglobal.org

Trainers:

Michał Szota
Graphic designer and interaction, web developer, VJ, author of interactive installations, WRO Art Center associate. For 12 years experimenting with alternative uses of web technology. Portfolio work at http://szota.biz.

Anna Kuliberda
TransparenCEE civic tech expert, trainer and facilitator.

*We invite to apply activists from the following regions:

  • Central and Eastern Europe and Russia;
  • Baltic States;
  • Western Balkans and Turkey;
  • South Caucasus.