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CAPACITY BUILDING
WORKSHOP AT GHS LIMBE
USING I.C.T TOOLS DURING NON-VIOLENT STRUGGLE AND REPORTING
CORRUPTION ON CAMPUS
F...
Commencement of Workshop on Non-Violent
Methods
Teachings and Training
Explaining Movement Formation, Spectrum of Allies and how non-violent action works
Practical Illustration of Movement Formation by Students
(Persuasion tactics to win over neutral/uncommitted participants ...
Interactive Learning Process
Students write down messages and slogans denouncing violence and
corruption practices on thei...
Protest as a tactic to express grievances
Learning Outcome
By peaceful demonstration, students display billboards
bearing messages of their various difficulties and...
Establishing positive communication
The Principal listens and responds to the worries advanced by the students.
Integrating I.C.T skills to Non-Violence Methods and Corruption
Reporting
Students taught how to use social media for
coor...
Project footprint: Creation of a learning forum on the use
of non-violence methods and anti-corruption advocacy.
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Non-violent Demonstration - AGDGG, Cameroon

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An update report prepared by AGDGG Cameroon on non-violent protest and demonstration at GHS Limbe.

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Non-violent Demonstration - AGDGG, Cameroon

  1. 1. CAPACITY BUILDING WORKSHOP AT GHS LIMBE USING I.C.T TOOLS DURING NON-VIOLENT STRUGGLE AND REPORTING CORRUPTION ON CAMPUS February 4th 2015
  2. 2. Commencement of Workshop on Non-Violent Methods
  3. 3. Teachings and Training Explaining Movement Formation, Spectrum of Allies and how non-violent action works
  4. 4. Practical Illustration of Movement Formation by Students (Persuasion tactics to win over neutral/uncommitted participants ) Role play exercise in which Student leaders with different opinions convince their peers to join their movement
  5. 5. Interactive Learning Process Students write down messages and slogans denouncing violence and corruption practices on their campus
  6. 6. Protest as a tactic to express grievances
  7. 7. Learning Outcome By peaceful demonstration, students display billboards bearing messages of their various difficulties and possible solutions to the school administration.
  8. 8. Establishing positive communication The Principal listens and responds to the worries advanced by the students.
  9. 9. Integrating I.C.T skills to Non-Violence Methods and Corruption Reporting Students taught how to use social media for coordination and to report corruption on their campus.
  10. 10. Project footprint: Creation of a learning forum on the use of non-violence methods and anti-corruption advocacy.

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