Dear Embassy NFP officer,
At the beginning of August, you will be considering NFP short course nominations from institutions all over the Netherlands, including dozens from the RNTC for the four courses we’re offing in January and February 2017.
We would like to take this opportunity to draw your attention to the courses concerned and to their relevance to current NFP/MSP priorities.
1.Media Campaigns, focus on SRHR (January 16, 2017 – February 3, 2017) – This course is for experienced media professionals and communications experts working for development NGOs whose task it is to design and run social or development campaigns in the area of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights. Applicants are expected to have at least one year’s experience in the field . Once you have mastered the theory, you will able to combine techniques in creativity, learning, persuasion, and audience mapping to get your message across. The course will culminate in the creation of a broad multi-media campaign on SRHR.
2.Using Media for Development, focus on SRHR (January 16, 2017 – January 27, 2017) – This course is specifically designed for staff working in, or for, a development-oriented non-governmental organization/civil society organization specifically in the area of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights. Applicants are expected to have a minimum of one year’s experience working for their NGO/CSO in communications, involving the use of media or media campaigns. The course will culminate in the creation of a campaign on SRHR.
3.Producing Media to Counter Radicalization – Focus on the Rule of Law (February 13, 2017 – Friday, March 3, 2017) The course is aimed at all media professionals taking on the challenge and responsibility of countering radicalization. It is crafted for both journalists (such as producers or reporters/writers) and media and communications staff from NGOs and campaigning organizations. The final project will consist of media that strengthens the rule of law by creating counter-radicalization content, in a variety of media (audio, text, still image, or video) and for various platforms (including radio, TV, print, web, or social media).
4. Investigative Journalism – Focus on Governance, Accountability Corruption and the Rule of Law This three-week course is for experienced broadcast, print and/or online journalists and reporters who are keen to increase their knowledge of practical investigative journalism methods and techniques to uncover and tell original stories that can have huge impact. The final project is the start of an in-depth investigative master file for use in the student’s home country. This investigation is intended to strengthen governance and the rule of law.
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