A number of governments are resorting to a second round of restrictions to limit the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on their population and ease the burden on their public health sector. As a result, advocacy movements emerge – ranging from grassroots initiatives to interest groups representatives – trying to influence how public authorities manage the current crisis.
Can advocacy be a solution to foster action by governments and other actors? Join us to understand how some governments and interest groups advocate in difficult social and economic times.
16 December 2020, 12:30 (UTC+1) with
Director, Executive Programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs
Lead advisor for advocacy skills in the Executive Certificate on Advocacy in International Affairs
Executive Programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs, Executive Education, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Senior Programme Officer
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