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What Future for Advocacy Campaigns Such as Black Lives Matter?

What Future for Advocacy Campaigns? Case Study of 'Black Lives Matter'

Davide Rodogno & Christophe Lécureuil
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Should we expect BLM to become Black Lives Matter-International in a near or distant future? Are there inherent risks of going global? Is such transformation inevitable or accidental? What are the assets and shortcomings of such transitions?

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Should we expect BLM to become Black Lives Matter-International in a near or distant future? Are there inherent risks of going global? Is such transformation inevitable or accidental? What are the assets and shortcomings of such transitions?

From a historical point of view the civil rights movement like the Black Panthers never became transnational. Other campaigns (less their campaigners) such as Save Darfur rapidly went international but disappeared when the issue was - allegedly - over. Local and national campaign leaders might have a difficult time 'exporting' themselves and their messages globally; and other individuals become global icons, malgré elles.

Join our webinar to reflect on the present and future nature of advocacy campaigns!
 

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24 February 2021, 12:30 (UTC+1) with  Zoom


 

Speakers
 

Davide Rodogno

 

 

 

 

 


Davide Rodogno
Director, Executive Programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs
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Christophe Lécureuil

 

 

 

 

 


Christophe Lécureuil
Lead advisor for advocacy skills in the Executive Certificate on Advocacy in International Affairs
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Organised by

Executive Programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs, Executive Education, The Graduate Institute, Geneva

 

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Guillemette Carlucci
Senior Programme Officer
+41 (0)22 908 45 08
advocacy@graduateinstitute.ch