The purpose of community organising is to create a new awareness towards the marginalised and oppressed community and to build a structure that is based on the people, for example the People's Organisation (PO). Marginalised communities need to make their own decisions when confronted with an issue or a problem. Nevertheless, the roles of the community organizer and leader are important in suggesting ideas and tactics to confront the oppression. The main objective of community organising training is to train and equip community organisers and leaders to help the community organisation process and strengthen the oppressed community.
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Categories: Community Engagement Practices, Human Rights Defenders