Storytelling for global citizenship -training 6.-7.5.2019
How can storytelling be used as a powerful tool to change the world? How do you build
great stories, and turn them into narratives and counter-narratives? How can you
critically assess the messages you convey in your organization’s Global Citizenship
Education and communication activities?
Day: 6.-7.5.2019 from 9am to 4pm
Place: Fingo Amazon-training room, 6th floor, Elimäenkatu 25-27, Helsinki.
This training is meant for civil society organization employees and volunteers with some
experience in global citizenship education, development communications and campaigns.
This participatory training will encourage participants to engage in brave, innovative
content production for Global Citizenship, and introduce new and creative ideas and tools
to their work. As a result of the training, participants will be able to reflect and
translate the content into their practice.
During the training, you will get acquainted with tools such as Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s
Journey, the Common Cause Values and Frames framework and the Dochas Illustrative Guide on
Images and Messages, and learn how to apply these to your work.
The facilitator of this training is Bobby
McCormack<https://www.developmentperspectives.ie/who-we-are> from Development
This training is organised in cooperation between Finnish Development NGOs -
Fingo<https://www.fingo.fi/english> and Bridge 47 – Building Global
g/>. Bridge 47 is a project led by Fingo,
co-created by 15 European and global civil society organisations. Bridge 47 mobilises
civil society all around the world to contribute to global justice and eradication of
poverty through Global Citizenship Education. Bridge 47 is co-funded by the European
Training fee: 60€ Fingo’s member organizations, 120€ other organizations ja 240€ other
The training is held in English.
For more info: email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>