Liberties is committed to strengthening the civic space through capacity building, trainings and personalized coaching so that the work of human rights campaigners is more successful. That’s why we launched the knowledge hub.
What is the knowledge hub?
Liberties’ knowledge hub is an e-learning platform that helps NGOs and civil society organizations to develop their teams' professional skills in various areas. It offers free, easy-to-follow courses that will help make your advocacy work and campaigns more impactful.
How is it structured?
We know you’re busy. That’s why the knowledge hub offers online courses that can be started and resumed when your schedule allows, and completed in roughly 1-2 hours, depending on the course.
The content is presented in multiple formats, including texts and videos, with quizzes to test your knowledge and many examples that you can adapt to your own work. In addition, many courses offer accompanying guides that take a deep dive into the issue and offer extensive suggestions on how to activate the lessons in that course.
Registration is easy, privacy-friendly, and open to all. You will receive a diploma certifying your training within one month of completing the course. And if you want further guidance on campaigns you’re currently working on, we offer personalized follow-up workshops.
Register now for your first course on the Liberties knowledge hub.
Start your journey on the knowledge hub
If you’re interested in supercharging your communications, you can register for free through our knowledge hub. And don’t forget to download material that may accompany the courses, like messaging guides with heaps of extra tips, including guidance on how to develop messages for social media along with examples of images and videos to inspire you.
Take your campaigning to the next level and enroll now in the first course on the Liberties knowledge hub.
Liberties also offers tailored workshops to people working in the human rights sector. If you feel your team’s communications need an upgrade, drop us a line to i.butler (at) liberties.eu.