The Voice Linking and Learning Facilitators for Kenya and Tanzania observed that when brought together, the Voice Partners barely spent enough time with each other to have an in-depth understanding of what their organisations’ work entails. In seeking to change this narrative, the Advocacy Accelerator held a Market Place session during the Kenya Linking and Learning event in May 2019. In this session, the Voice Partners present created ‘market stalls’ to represent their organisations and creatively depicted the work they do. This activity was helpful as it provided a platform for the partner organisations to network and identify potential areas of collaboration with their peers.
In analysing the results from this activity, the Advocacy Accelerator noted that 6 organisations were interested in partnering with Tribeless Youth to learn more about:
- The Resource of Open Minds (R.O.O.M) and the Ubuntu Creatives Hub that are creative spaces used by the organisation to network, share ideas, collaborate, learn and push boundaries
- Advocating for Human Rights in relation to governance through art, online and offline campaigns
- Social media engagement and visibility
- Youth engagement strategies in relation to governance
- Online campaign skills and content as well as general online content
This webinar will therefore be a platform for Tribeless Youth to share with the interested Voice Partners more about their R.O.O.M and UBUNTU projects that use art and creativity to bring out social issues and prompt youth to act.
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