TBEC webinar “Communication for political change: MAF-TB launch and key asks inclusion into UN HLM Political Declaration on TB”
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TBEC launches a series of practical webinars called “The ABC for a TB Activist” covering the most relevant topics for civil society and affected communities representatives.
As part of the first webinar “Communication for political change: MAF-TB launch and key asks inclusion into UN HLM Political Declaration on TB” we will discuss how to organize effective communication with decision-makers on crucial issues affecting future TB policy in countries.
The event will take place on May 29, 2023, from 15:00 to 16:00 Kyiv time.
During the webinar you will learn about:
– The step-by-step action plan for CSOs and affected communities to include key asks in the draft Political Declaration of the UN High-Level Meeting on TB.
– Developed by TBEC “Communication guideline to facilitate initiation and launch of multisectoral accountability framework to accelerate progress to end TB at the country level” .
Languages of the event: Russian and English with simultaneous translation.
You can find the webinar Agenda here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZN7rha2-c9YzVrEMbquso_Yoie-222RG/view?usp=sharing
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