Advocacy Training Equips CSOs with Skills to Advance Rights of Vulnerable Children in the Caucasus

23 Jan, 2014

On January 22-24, 2014 the OSGF hosts three-day advocacy training for the South Caucasus CSOs working on promoting education rights of vulnerable children. The training was supported by the Open Society Foundations’ Education Support Program (ESP) and brought together representatives of 15 CSOs from North Caucasus of Russian Federation, Armenia, Georgia and Azerbaijan.

These organizations are the members of Caucasus Network for Children (CNC) launched in 2013.

Caucasus Network for Children  (CNC) aims at influencing inclusive policies and actions at all levels to enhance better life and quality education for all children, including those from vulnerable groups of the region. The mission of the network is to enhance the important role of the network as a mobilizing tool of civil society organizations in Caucasus Region advancing and safeguarding the rights of vulnerable children to be included in education and community life by consolidating and sharing of knowledge, experiences and creative solutions to children’s problems at the regional, national and grassroots levels.

The January training is part of the ESP’s network capacity building efforts and aims at strengthening its advocacy capacity.