Monday 15 November 2021, 9.30am-1.30pm (half-day via Zoom) – PLACES AVAILABLE
Thursday 02 December 2021, 9.30am-1.30pm (half-day via Zoom) – PLACES AVAILABLE
This half-day course has been designed to refresh and consolidate learning from our introductory course for advocates, ‘What’s law got to do with it?’, and to give participants the opportunity to fine-tune the knowledge and skills that are needed to use the law as an advocacy tool.
As part of the course, participants will:
- Revisit the children’s rights framework in England;
- Explore context and setting-specific laws that are relevant to children and young people’s advocacy goals;
- Apply learning to real-life advocacy scenarios;
- Refine the practical skills needed to use the law as an advocacy tool;
- Evaluate individual progress and identify any remaining learning needs.
Facilitated by Karolina Kozlowicz, Article 39’s Programme Manager (Advocacy Services). With a background in law and human rights, Karolina has worked with and for children and young people for over 10 years.
This course is open to independent advocates and children’s rights officers who:
- Are current members of Article 39’s Children and Young People’s Advocates Network, AND
- Have completed both parts of our ‘What’s law got to do with it?’ course.
To learn more about the Network and join, click here.
Book your place:
Book your place by completing the registration form below. Please make sure that you meet the criteria for taking part in this course (see ‘course participants’ section above).
A member of the Article 39 team will be in touch within five working days to confirm your place.