DmytroPotekhinCP | Kyiv,Ukraine English ,Ukrainian

Non-violent Social Campaigning #fake news # nonviolent protest # civil disobedience # freedom of expression # constitutional reform

1 USD / 30 Minutes

If you participate in social campaigns, politics, and protest, then it's important to consider the HOW in addition to the WHAT. How are you making yourself heard? How are you treating others? How do others view you? Through personal experiences, role-playing, and scenario analysis, let me help you think through and improve your non-violent campaign strategies. I can work with individuals on strategic planning, or provide group trainings and facilitate discussion with action-groups.

Related Coursework

http://carnegieeurope.eu/2016/04/12/constitution-making-in-ukraine-refocusing-debate-pub-63304
https://www.usip.org/sites/default/files/PB172-The%20Constitutional%20Process%20in%20Ukraine-Issues%20in%20Play.pdf
https://www.opendemocracy.net/od-russia/mikhail-minakov-maryna-stavniichuk/ukrainian-constitution-reform-or-crisis
https://www.opendemocracy.net/od-russia/mikhail-minakov-maryna-stavniichuk/ukrainian-constitution-reform-or-crisis
https://nofakes.org

My Philosophy

If you had asked me in 2013 how I envisioned Ukraine a year later, I would anticipate the violence. I would suggest denying recognition of Yanukovych as the legitimate president of Ukraine. This would have helped to stop him the way he had been stopped in 2004 - without a single victim. We live in dangerous and uncertain times. Civic engagement, social justice, and public accountability are more important than ever. Reaching these goals is just as much about how we do it as what we gain.

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