Published on: Dec 20, 2019
What is the best way to strengthen political participation of people facing marginalisation and discrimination in the global South? How can unheard voices be amplified and connected in efforts to leave no one behind? What evidence exists about effective advocacy methods and collaborations?
These and other questions are central in the upcoming conference ‘Pushing boundaries in advocacy for inclusion’ on 29 January 2020 in The Hague – hosted by the Liliane Foundation, the Dutch Coalition on Disability and Development, and the African Studies Center Leiden.
One of the learning trajectories on advocacy of which the conference is part, is ‘Voices for Inclusion’. This project is a collaboration between the Liliane Foundation, the Dutch Coalition on Disability and Development and Voice focusing on learning and cooperation between different rightsholders groups advocating for their inclusion and to have their rights respected.
More information about the conference ‘Pushing boundaries in advocacy for inclusion’ can be found on the website of Liliane Foundation.