Application Deadline: Advocacy Learning Center
14, 2012 Deadline
Praxis International and Manavi, in
partnership with the Office on Violence Against Women, are pleased to announce
that we are accepting applications for the next Advocacy Learning Center class
that will begin in March 2013. The application
deadline is December 14th and we hope you will apply!
There are now 123 programs and 321 advocates who have started
the course. See who...
"Life changing and definitely gives a new way to look at and
examine systems and the way in which we do advocacy."
"This has changed us so dramatically in every discussion,
everything we have done and now will be doing."
"The ALC has opened our views and awareness in creating
The ALC is not a training. It's an 18
month course for community-based advocacy organizations, tribal advocacy
programs, and coalitions - and is intended for programs to
attend as a team in order to reflect on and strengthen their advocacy.
It involves travel to three events and one site visit but primarily
involves distance learning to accommodate advocates' busy schedules.
OVW funded programs may use grant
travel funds to attend or travel subsidies are available. We don't want funding
to prevent you from applying. Programs that are not funded by OVW may also
If you'd like to strengthen
your advocacy for women and girls who experience violence - whether it be
sexual assault, prostitution, battering or trafficking - visit our website to read more or find out how to apply.
Please contact us with any
questions at email@example.com or 651-699-8000,
this class are due by December 14, 2012.
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This project is supported by grant #2011-TA-AX-K074 awarded by the
Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions,
findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s)
and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U. S. Department of Justice.
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