In line with its activities to support and capacitate the grassroots female actors with much-needed knowledge and awareness courses about “Advocacy and Mobilization” and the pivotal role of both subjects to drive social change at all levels locally and internationally.

The WSU conducted a two days course including 17 female civil society and local actors in Ezaz and Mare cities in northern Syria between 22 and 23 of August.

The course enabled the participants to have a swift overview surrounding advocacy mechanisms and applications. Alaa Abdullah gave them a simplified understanding of the concept and dynamics to which advocacy and mobilization better work to meet the objectives they aim to achieve.