CAP! offers personalized instruction and coaching, as well as the following training modules: Advocacy Strategies and Tools, Field Research...
Who are we ?
CAP!, the Center for Advocacy Practices, offers strategic support to NGOs, community- and solidarity-based organizations, and charitable organizations working to bring about social change. We help engaged stakeholders make a lasting impact on society and on the political sphere. Through grass-roots advocacy, CAP! makes non-partisan political engagement accessible to all. CAP! brings together a collective of experts in order to offer a complete range of services to support you throughout the advocacy process.
CAP! provides support to international organizations, NGOs, communities, and social- and solidarity-based organizations at all stages of the advocacy process. Our services range from professional training to the realization of advocacy projects to evaluations of their lasting impact on society and the political sphere.
Using participatory approaches, CAP! mobilizes citizens, marginalized communities and groups impacted by social and environmental issues.
CAP! offers support and guidance in the creation of effective advocacy teams, as well as networks of national and international organizations...
The analysis and research service of CAP! studies the situation and produces stakeholder and power mapping, as well as an assessment of the political, legal and economic context of your project...
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Engaging civil society in the national REDD+ process
Lessons learned from a three years stakeholder engagement process, supported by UNDP and Rainforest Foundation Norway.
Mai-Ndombe: will the REDD+ laboratory benefit Indigenous Peoples and local communities?
DRC is home to most of the world’s second largest rainforest, a powerful bulwark against climate change. One of its provinces, Mai-Ndombe, is a “laboratory” for REDD+ projects: a testing ground for the international climate funds to explore how developed and developing countries can work together to keep forests standing.