Advocacy and Lobbying (A&L)
Following an overview of the New Tactics 5 Steps to Strategic Effectiveness Method, the information in the toolkit is divided into the following sections:
1 – Identify the Problem
2 – Create a Vision
3 – Map the Terrain
4 – Explore Tactics
5 – Take Action
Upon completion, the trainee will be better able to:
- Understand RBM in n a changing development context
- Understand relevant methodologies and tools for results-based planning, monitoring and evaluation.
- Learn how develop a results framework and design and use indicators
Trainer Bader Al Hudhud
Bader Al Hudhud is a certified trainer in Advocacy and Lobbying with over 12 years of experience. He produced the Social Entrepreneurship Training Manual, and is active in Leadership and civic engagement. He is also a certified trainer in PTS (Life and Employability skills), Adult education and Advocacy training. Al Hudhud is talented in delivering youth engagement training; he trained more than 1500 youth from different universities and marginalized areas locally and in the region. Mr. Al Hudhud effectively contributed in establishing Partners for Sustainable Development organization in 2009, where, as the Program Director, he is leading the PSD community learning and development centers (CLDCs) and working on several initiatives related to education and ICT, youth development, Women’s Economic development, after-school programs and community development initiatives. Mr. Al Hudhud also coordinates a microcredit project for women in South Hebron where he leads the creation of a women’s business network that links businesses in the southern and northern West Bank to each other. Al Hudhud is experienced in designing creative ideas for community development and has developed proposals for various issue areas, including economic, social and educational programs targeting children, youth and women. Mr. Al Hudhud is the author of “Positive Extracts in Youth Rising” book. Mr. Al Hudhud holds BA in Information and Communication Technology- minor Management from the Arab American University in Jenin (AAUJ).