What is a co-learning space?
Co-learning spaces are cross-regional, multi-session encounters that support participants to prioritise, strategise, learn and advocate together on human rights related to habitat. Co-learning spaces are based on emancipatory and intercultural learning practices, which link learning to concrete advocacy actions. They aim to support participants to build social force and speak with a strong interregional voice to impact policies and practices and effect transformative change.
The co-learning space on multi-level advocacy is a great opportunity to learn together with other networks and organisations in HIC from Africa, Latin America and the Middle East and North Africa regions to build social force and develop a common understanding and skills related to multi-level advocacy for envisaging and strengthening joint opportunities and strategies to advocate for human rights related to habitat.
When will it take place?
The co-learning space on multi-level advocacy will be hosted online in March 2022 over a period of four weeks (Wednesday, 9, 16, 23 and 30 March). Each week will consist of an interactive live session of 2 hours via zoom plus 1 hour of your own time for preparation.
Who is organising it?
The co-learning space is facilitated by 3 HIC Members from Africa, MENA and Latin America with the support of HIC and the Knowledge in Action for Urban Equality (KNOW) programme.
Who can join?
The Co-Learning Space is open to all HIC Members, Friends and allies.