Do you know how to analyse and assess public policy decisions of your town or city? How to effectively participate in making them by providing sound arguments? Or is it worth to communicate your ideas through the media? Does it make them more persuasive? If you have doubts, our free courses are for you!
The training is intended for local communities and non-governmental organisations.
- how to analyse and evaluate public policy decisions
- how to effectively communicate your ideas to other community members
- how to effectively participate in decision-making processes
- how to effectively communicate with the media
Workshops and the discussion of case studies on different investment projects implemented country-wide that will analyse environmental, socio-economic and legal arguments behind them. The courses will be delivered by LFMI President Žilvinas Šilėnas, duration – 6 hours (including coffee breaks).
When and where?
In 15 Lithuanian municipalities, five of which are already confirmed.
8 May – Vilnius District Municipality
15 May – Alytus District Municipality
22 May – Kalvarija Municipality
26 May – Kaunas District Municipality
5 June – Tauragė District Municipality
How to enroll?
The registration form to the training course in Vilnius is available here. Deadline – 22 April.
The registration form to the training course in Alytus is available here. Deadline – 24 April.
The registration form to the training course in Kalvarija is available here. Deadline – 30 April.
The registration form to the training course in Kaunas is available here. Deadline – 1 May.
The registration form to the training course in Tauragė is available here. Deadline – 10 May.
Should you have any questions, call us (8 5) 250 0280 or write an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find out more
These courses are a part of our newest initiative “Let’s Agree” through which we aim to equip members of local communities with necessary skills to engage in sound and meaningful discussions and reach peaceful and constructive agreements with other community members.
Learn more about the initiative.