Mutual capacity development

published 03-07-2017 10:15, last modified 03-07-2017 10:15
[June 2017] Mutual capacity development is the FGG Alliance's distinct approach to capacity development, to ensure that civil society actors can speak with a loud, collective voice, have the necessary knowledge, advocacy skills and influence, and are able to undertake action freely and safely. In the latest publication, members of Fair Green and Global Alliance explained our distinct capacity development approach that can help address many of the world’s greatest problems. Whereas these problems manifest themselves most visibly and tangibly in low and lower-middle income countries, they are often rooted in global structures and systems. Therefore, solving them is not possible without global cooperation. This includes a concerted effort by strong civil society actors – located in many different places and using different types of leverage – to influence different decision-makers. Mutual capacity development ensures that civil society actors can speak with a loud, collective voice, have the necessary knowledge, advocacy skills and influence, and are able to undertake action freely and safely.
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