10th International Advocacy Workshop (Hybrid)
August 31 - September 2
More than 500 students and young professionals from 39 countries and diverse cultural and academic backgrounds have attended the past editions of the IFFD International Advocacy Workshop, together with a group of senior observers. This 10th year is organized in a hybrid mode, with a limit of 100 active participants and no cost involved.
The course intends to critically assess the field of international human rights and development advocacy, its institutions, strategies, and key actors. It explores how domestic, regional, and global policy strategies are set. Also, it promotes discussion on various challenges that family-responsive advocates face together with a range of stakeholders, including academics, international institutions and the private sector.
The topics for this year deal with the megatrends proposed by the United Nations for the preparations and celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the International Year of the Family in 2024 not included in last year’s edition and from a global perspective, so that the topics related to family advocacy during this troubled times and beyond them are fully covered.