Student Movement Advocacy

This course, designed for active members of student groups in Iran, gives participants a greater sense of perspective regarding dynamics of their movement vis-à-vis the state while deepening their skills and tools to most effectively engage in advocacy as a civil society group. The course provides a historical view of the development of student groups in Iran throughout the 20th century and especially during the 1979 Revolution, their dynamic evolution since the Revolution, the history of laws and politics affecting them, current challenges to their activity and openings for advocacy and growth, together with a comparative view of other strong student movements around the world. Focus is placed on the changing values underpinning the student movement in Iran and the relationship of this movement with the struggle for democratic development more broadly.

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This content is only available in Persian.
This content is only available in Persian.
This course, designed for active members of student...
This content is only available in Persian.

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