Training on “Advocacy, free access to information and anti-corruption practices” held
A three-day training on advocacy was held from November 12 to November 16, 2014 at the Sirius Hotel in Strumica, followed by the training for free access to information and anti-corruption practices, attended by grantees of the “Good Governance Action Network” project.
At the first training, participants were presented with several aspects of advocacy, whereas during the last two days, at the second training grantees had an opportunity to learn more about free access to information as a tool for greater transparency and about anti-corruption practices. During the five days of the training, aside from the theoretical part, participants had a chance to participate in the practical application of the acquired knowledge, through various tasks and exercises.
These trainings are part of the series of trainings to be conducted in the upcoming period, within the framework of the “Good Governance Action Network” project, implemented by the Metamorphosis Foundation in partnership with MCET and Reactor, with financial support from the European Commission through the IPA CIVIL SOCIETY FACILITY (CSF) 2012-2013 program.