About Global Allies Program: Partners Ending Poverty with RESULTS
RPCVs are passionate about the countries of service and their work as volunteers; however, it is often challenging to find meaningful ways for RPCVs to continue to impact the issues they committed themselves to as volunteers.
Advocating on country- and community-owned approaches to global health, education, and other development issues affecting their country of service, Global Allies Program: Partners Ending Poverty with RESULTS (or GAP) advocates will bring long-term commitment to Peace Corps ideals. This effort would also support the second and third goals of the Peace Corps and create a connection with people from other countries here in the United States.
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If you are an RPCV passionate about the country that you’ve served and continuing to move the 3rd goal forward, GAP will provide you with the advocacy skills and connections to continue to make a difference. Join us for our next webinar to learn how you can take action to improve global health, education, and economic development.
Continue to make an impact in the country you served in and on the issues you’re passionate about by becoming a GAP advocate!
Upcoming 2023 Webinars:
Advocacy Training for Country of Service Groups
Wednesday, September 27
If you are a leader or member of a National Peace Corps Association Country of Service Affiliate Group, you won’t want to miss this virtual gathering.
Join us for Effective Advocacy Tools and Practices, a 1-hour advocacy training provided by the Global Allies Program: Partners Ending Poverty with RESULTS. At this training you will learn what the most effective advocacy tactics are to influence their members of Congress on issues affecting your country of service. You will also practice valuable tools for speaking effectively and writing powerfully.
Topics of this session will include the following:
- Learn about various grassroots advocacy actions we do and why we do it.
- Learn about issues of poverty affecting your country of service and where to find additional resources.
- Set an advocacy goal – whether that’s to find out who their representatives in DC are, make a plan to reach out to their foreign policy aide about relevant bills affecting global health, nutrition, and or education, or simply commit to learn more.
- Discover how to continue developing your skills and impact the issues you care about affecting your country of services.
No previous advocacy experience is necessary.
To learn more and register for this session, please click here: https://www.peacecorpsconnect.org/events/advocacy-training-for-country-of-service-groups
Global Allies Program October Webinar
Wednesday, October 11 at 8:30 PM ET
Need more support in your advocacy? Sign up for coaching!
We will assign you a coach to review the monthly actions and help you find ways to deepen your advocacy and relationships with your members of Congress. Sign up here!