Whose voice is it anyway?

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Whose voice is it anyway?

  1. 1. OXFAM Link and Learn Whose voice is it anyway? OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  2. 2. Voices  Civil society organizations often claim representation – i.e. that they articulate and amplify the voice of those who cannot speak for themselves. OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  3. 3.  Government and others often accuse civil society of instigation and of “creating issues” and “making things out to be bigger than they are”. OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  4. 4.  With the rise of social movements and the sporadic outbreaks of autonomous local actions does civil society still have a role? OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  5. 5.  Here are a few critical questions for this session, which will examine civil society’s democratic practice and the role it plays in shaping the issues of the day. OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  6. 6. Questions  Who do we work with and why do we work with them?  Who leads and who follows?  Who decides what issues are priority? OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  7. 7. Process  Divide into groups no larger than 5 participants per group.  You will have 45 minutes to discuss the questions and capture points on paper provided. OXFAM – Link and LearnPresented by: Quinton Kippen “Who’s voice is it anyway”
  8. 8. Feedback Reflection, questions and comments

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