Community Organising training manual

Number of pages: 254
Region publication is about: Asia
Release year: 2012
This manual is based on the experience of providing community organising training in Cambodia, Bangladesh, Indonesia and Peninsular Malaysia for which PACOS Trust (a local organisation in Sabah, Malaysia) provided the COT Manual 2005 as a resource book for the training through the Indigenous Community Organising and Leadership Training (ICOLT) project of Asia Indigenous Peoples Pact (AIPP) Foundation from 2006 to 2009. The manual consists of input materials and the process involved in training community organizers who are mainly indigenous youths with no previous exposure or training. The materials in the manual can also be used as general information for those interested in learning to conduct community organising work and must be complemented with other resource materials. Each module needs to be complemented with fieldwork and practice in order for the participants to understand and apply the principles, concepts and methods learnt during theory sessions. Some additional activities are provided in this manual, for example, the land and the community mapping workshops. Through these extra activities, participants will hopefully be able to generate ideas on activities according to the needs of their own villages. This publication has been published with the support from IWGIA and others.
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