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WRITING FOR CHANGE An Interactive Guide to Effective Writing, Writing for Science, and Writing for Advocacy

by Alan Barker And Firoze Manji

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Book Description
Most of us have to write formally as part of our work and, as we know, effective writing gets results. Few of us, however, have been trained to write effectively and many of us see writing as a tedious chore. This interactive CD-ROM aims to correct that misperception.

In "Writing for Change", you will learn the core skills of effective writing, how to write for scientific publication, and how to write for advocacy. "Writing for Change" will enhance your capacity to write in ways that promote action from your target audience. It is full of practical exercises and examples from the field of international development. A resource center contains training materials and links to many useful web sites. Site maps and a printed users' guide make it simple to follow. "Writing for Change" will prove useful to researchers, campaigners, scientists, fundraisers, project managers, social activists, and especially trainers in writing and communication skills.

Book Info
A CD-ROM and guidebook offering help with core writing skills for science, advocacy, and general writing, primarily for those working in the non-profit sector. Includes instructions for self-study or group-based study. Includes a cardboard insert to stiffen the pages and protect the CD-ROM. Softcover.

About the Author
Alan Barker is a specialist in communication skills. Firoze Manji is project coordinator and Director of fahamu.



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