COMMUNITY 3.JO

Technology for Social Action.

Focus: E-advocacy, Campaigning for Change, Communications for Development.



In a Glimpse


Community3.Jo was Tech Tribes’ first pilot in engaging young adults and social activists around concepts of governance, rule of law, and E-Advocacy. Through a series of hands on trainings, Tech Tribes built the capacity of 45 targeted CSOs in interactive technology and e-tactics and helped them utilize their newly acquired skills in their efforts towards social justice.


WHAT WE DID

To further-support the missions and outreach of participating organizations, Tech Tribes provided them with guidance and mentorship on strategic communication and outreach strategies tailored to their respective contexts.

Based on a call for proposals and a thorough ICT readiness assessment, three organizations in the North, South and Center of Jordan were offered small subgrants that consequently helped them further utilize their knowledge and skills in social media and ICTs in social change campaigns.

The three campaigns gave selected organizations the chance to showcase their newly-acquired skills in achieving successful results on behavioural and policy levels. The campaigns adopted tools that fostered online engagement and dialogue on issues related to access to information and the rights of people with disabilities (PWDs) in the workforce.

Community3.Jo drew on the importance of sustainability by applying low-cost, practical and replicable technologies to support community mobilization. It explored ways through which innovative and interactive technology can widen outreach and boost social impact.

FEATURED OUTPUTS


Good Governance 101


The three campaigns gave selected organizations the chance to showcase their newly-acquired skills in achieving successful results on behavioural and policy levels. The campaigns adopted tools that fostered online engagement and dialogue on issues related to access to information and the rights of people with disabilities (PWDs) in the workforce.

Social Media Strategies


The three campaigns gave selected organizations the chance to showcase their newly-acquired skills in achieving successful results on behavioural and policy levels. The campaigns adopted tools that fostered online engagement and dialogue on issues related to access to information and the rights of people with disabilities (PWDs) in the workforce.

With support from:

The Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI).

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