Community mobilization: UNDP approach towards community security and social cohesion

28 Nov 2018
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Guidebook

The guidebook is based on the practical experiences of community mobilization within the framework of the implementation of a number of Recovery and Peacebuilding Programme project initiatives, including the European Union-funded UNDP – UN Women Joint Initiative “Recovery of Governance and Reconciliation in the Conflict-Affected Areas of Ukraine” in 20 communities in the Donetsk and Luhansk  Oblasts in 2016 and 2017.

The guidebook will help readers working to mobilize communities, enhance their understanding of basic concepts, approaches and concepts underlying community mobilization; develop a general idea of the cycle of community mobilization and details of its step-by-step implementation; and develop a phased plan for community mobilization processes, taking into account community specifics and resources, programme objectives and capabilities and the sociopolitical context in which mobilization takes place.

This guidebook will be particularly useful for public activists, members of non-governmental organizations, representatives of local self-government bodies and amalgamated territorial communities, social work specialists and staff members of international projects working with community mobilization challenges.

 

 

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