Use of Non-Violent Action Knowledge / Skills

Outcome indicator

Indicator Phrasing

% of young people trained in advocacy and non-violent action that have taken part in an advocacy activity or non-violent action in the last 12 months
% de personas jóvenes capacitadas en incidencia y acción no violenta que participaron en una actividad de incidencia o acción no violenta durante los últimos doce meses
% de jovens treinados em defesa e promoção de direitos e ação não violenta que participaram de uma atividade de defesa e promoção de direitos ou ação não violenta nos últimos 12 meses

Indicator Phrasing

English: % of young people trained in advocacy and non-violent action that have taken part in an advocacy activity or non-violent action in the last 12 months

Español: % de personas jóvenes capacitadas en incidencia y acción no violenta que participaron en una actividad de incidencia o acción no violenta durante los últimos doce meses

Português: % de jovens treinados em defesa e promoção de direitos e ação não violenta que participaram de uma atividade de defesa e promoção de direitos ou ação não violenta nos últimos 12 meses

What is its purpose?

To assess the extent to which those trained are putting their new knowledge and skills into practice

How to Collect and Analyse the Required Data

Best done as part of a follow up mentoring and nurturing process with those trained rather than as a one-off.  Individuals should be asked to report or complete a short survey 4 to 6 months after the training.  Ideally this should be repeated every 6-12 months.  

Disaggregate by

Gender and age-group as standard but additional social identify markers such as faith or ethnic affiliation can also be used.

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