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Moynihan Institute Of Global Affairs, TNGO: Campaigning through Culture in development settings: Student reflections based on experience

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The invisible threads of culture shape the thoughts, behavior and structures that govern people’s relationships and daily lives. Culture can be a powerful tool in the hands of NGO campaigns and other development actors to communicate complex ideas and mobilize populations for positive change. Students, based on their experiences working in such campaigns and projects, will discuss the role of culture and local context in developing Theories of Change, as well as the outcomes  Please contact Marc Albert at 315-443-9248 for accessibility requests or more information. Sponsored by Transnational NGOInitiative and the Moynihan Institute Of Global Affairs.

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