Welcome to the first GPSA Knowledge Platform E-learning Course!
About the course
This E-course is primarily targeted to CSOs that are experimenting with Social Accountability tools and mechanisms and that are interested in improving their ability to make their efforts more strategic and thus potentially more effective.
The E- course will address the meaning of “Strategic social Accountability” for CSOs’ analytical and operative work. It will focus on key axes that are considered critical to understand strategic social accountability:
- Political Economy Analysis for Strategic Social Accountability
- Social accountability, citizen engagement and feedback mechanisms
- Working with partners and allies – Dynamics and challenges
Broaden and master the meaning of “Strategic Social Accountability”, and how it embeds into the dynamic of CSOs’ analytical and operational work.
The E-course will be structured around three modules. Each module will last 2 weeks and will host at least one social accountability expert or academic. At the end of the E-course, a certificate will be delivered to participants that fulfilled all the requirements.
Guidelines for Use
Gina has a Bachelor’s in Latin American Studies and a Master’s in Political and Social Studies from the National Autonomous University of Mexico and, as part of a one-year Fulbright Fellowship, in 2013 received a Certificate of Advanced Study in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Citizenship at Syracuse University in New York… Read More
Marine has a Master’s in Economical Development and International Cooperation at the Political Studies Institute of Toulouse (Institut d’Etudes Politiques), France. She is part of the management team of the GPSA Knowledge Platform… Read More