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Saturday, November 9, 2019, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Human RightS Initiative is pleased to invite you to our Storytelling for Social Impact workshop.

This is a one-day long workshop which aims to provide participants with practical skills needed to work in the non-profit sector. The workshop is recommended to those who have no or relatively little experience in strategic planning at the NGO sector. This workshop will be held in Budapest and live streamed to the Vienna Campus. 

Goals of the training

  • To learn storytelling methodology for the civil sector
  • To effectively communicate the message of the organization and develop the brand 
  • To learn to develop the organization's communication strategy, campaign planning, create and execute its fundraising activities based on stakeholder mapping

Why participate?
If you choose to participate in this workshop, you will get a firm grasp of using storytelling techniques as a key tool of effective brand communication. You will gain insight and knowledge that is directly applicable back on the job, or in your organisation. If you enjoy learning by doing and like being active, working in teams – this workshop is designed for you.

Come with a project idea to increase your chances to leave with a more developed project plan by the end of the workshop.

About the trainer

Dominika Szabó has been working as a communications expert for more than 15 years, across diverse sectors. Her accelerant is civil courage and she prides herself being a humanitarian advocate, so besides designing workshops, she develops communication strategies & plans for the not-for-profit sector.

"I have a feeling for understanding, filtering and using the right stories in specific situations. As a trainer, facilitator, consultant I help my customers find a strong, memorable story by which they can credibly gain trust in their audience for business development, branding, and of course for communication purposes."

We hope to count on your participation!