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LIDC-ONE roundtable: What is Advocacy and what role does it play in International Development? (public event)

Thursday, October 27, 2011 (All day)
5.30 pm, John Snow Lecture Theatre part A, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Keppel Street
NOTE: The event has been moved from the Manson Lecture Theatre to the John Snow Lecture Theatre part A.
 
This event, jointly organised by The London International Development Centre (LIDC) and ONE, will provide an introduction to advocacy: 

·         What is advocacy?
·         What does advocacy mean for international development?
·         What are the current campaigns? 
·         How to get involved in advocacy for international development?  
·         How to get an advocacy job? 

Speakers:
  • Alexander Woollcombe, Senior UK Government Relations Manager, ONE
  • Elisha London, UK Country Director, Global Poverty Project
  • Eric Levine, CEO, Restless Development
  • Victoria Forsgate, International Programme Manager, Restless Development

Entry is free and everyone is welcome with no prior registration necessary. 
However, we would appreciate it if you could RSVP so that we can estimate the number of attendees