Workshop: Clear and Persuasive Communication

Workshop: Clear and Persuasive Communication
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Workshop: Clear and Persuasive Communication
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Date & Time: Wednesday, April 26, 2017 - 15:00
Location: Lebanon Support, 3rd flr, Scala bldg, Main Street facing Audi Bank, Furn el-Chebbak, Mount Lebanon, Lebanon
Hosted by: Lebanon Support
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Clear and Persuasive Communication: Speechwriting, Presentation, Advocacy and Policy Influencing

Lebanon Support is pleased to invite you to its first open workshop as part of its Civil Society Incubator on Clear and Persuasive communication, with Thomas Hart.

The workshop will address how to prepare, structure, and style writing, in order to achieve effective and memorable communication. Specifically, the workshop will focus on speechwriting and presentation writing, as well as how to incorporate clear and persuasive communication in advocacy and influence policy

The Civil Society Incubator was officially launched by Lebanon Support in 2016 and aims to provide tailored support and mentorship to civil society actors, based on the needs of the partner. The Incubator is designed to foster the creation, development, and growth of local civil society and public action initiatives, organisations, or projects. Incubation at Lebanon Support is done through an array of services such as provision of office space, coaching and mentoring on technical issues, management, administrative matters, research, advocacy, networking, and web development among others.

Please join us for the workshop at Lebanon Support’s new office in Furn el-Chebbak (link to address) on April 26th, from 3 to 5pm.

This open workshop is free of charge and will be delivered in English.

Registration is mandatory as places are limited. To RSVP, please send us an email at contact@lebanon-support.org.

About the trainer: Thomas Hart studied Classics in Amsterdam, with a research master’s in rhetoric. During his degree, he started writing speeches for local politicians as a freelancer. After his degree, he wrote for the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science in The Hague. He then worked at a consultancy firm that specialises in reputation and communication management. Currently, he is once again working in The Hague, as speechwriter for the Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs.

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