ICSW Event: Engaging Communities: Beyond Talking

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The stakeholder engagement is a key component of Dynamic Accountability, acting as a vehicle through which CSOs can solicit their constituents’ opinions and learn more about their contexts, get feedback about their work, and ensure that the inputs drive decision making. Besides the bilateral and conversational process, there are other creative ways for CSOs to engage with their constituents. The latest installment of CIVICUS’ flagship International Civil Society (ICSW) event has transitioned from its usual in-person format to become a global, year-long conversation about people’s power, taking place via virtual events across multiple localities, regions, and at the global level. In recognition of the powerful role art plays in activism across the world, especially for traditionally excluded groups to express their experiences, deal with identity trauma and tell their stories, DIGNA recently hosted an Artivism for Inclusion event as part of the ICSW programme. Read more here.

Source: Global Standard for CSO Accountability

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