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Communitas Advocacy & Lobbying Webinar: Thu, Apr 14, 2016 10:00am - 12:00pm Eastern Time: Preparation for Habitat III but useful for all people wantign to learn how to Lobby

 Communitas Advocacy & Lobbying Webinar

Power Point can be downloaded from here 

10:05 - Welcome and Introduction: Christopher Dekki Policy Analysis and Communications Officer Communitas Coalition

10:10 - Introduction to the Habitat III Process: Laney Stone  Stakeholder Coordinator Habitat III

10:20 - Introduction to General Assembly of Partners: Eugenie L. Birch FAICP, President, General Assembly of Partners

10:30 - Advocacy Advice from the UN:  Debora Leao  Deputy Organizing Partner Habitat III Working Group of the Major Group Children and Youth

10:40 - Advocacy and Lobbying Presentation: Felix Dodds Special Adviser to the Communitas Coalition  

11:40 - Q&A and Closing (Chris)

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If you have any questions, please send a message to Christopher Dekki (chris@communitascoalition.org).  Feel free to share this invitation with your colleagues!

The UN Major Group for Children and Youth has generously provided their GoToMeeting platform for this webinar.  You can find the call details below.  You can join the webinar at the specified date and time by clicking on the link or dialing in through one of the listed telephone numbers and using the access code.  We look forward to your participation!
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