Learn how to conduct research from A to Z in order to build a strong case for advocacy for the right to education
To maintain legitimacy, advocacy must have its foundations in research-based arguments. However, civil society organizations often feel they lack the ability to collect and analyze data to ultimately propose a solid argument for advocacy. This training addresses this need by providing all the necessary research skills with an approach specifically oriented toward the right to education.
The training is accredited by
- Learn and appropriate the methodological tools to conduct research on the right to education
- Learn how to use research to build a strong case for advocacy
- Develop a network of expertise on the right to education
The exclusively distance learning program is organized into four thematic modules.
Module 1 | Identification of an issue in the context of the right to education (January 2023)
Module 2 | Construction of methodology and data collection (February 2023)
Module 3 | Data analysis (April 2023)
Module 4 | Research valorization (June 2023)
Terms and conditions of participation
120 hours of training entirely remotely
16 hours over four half-days in group/asynchronous sessions with guest speakers ; 104 hours in individual/asynchronous sessions with the support of tutors
Participants will be asked to develop a research and advocacy plan on a topic related to the right of education.
A certificate of completion is sent to participants after the training is completed.
Very good training! The trainers are very knowledgeable and make the training enjoyable with their sharing of experiences and the many very practical anecdotes. Content completely adapted to my advocacy work!Huguette, civil society organization in Madagascar (training 2021-22)