Community Action Training

The Community Action Training programme (CAT) is a civil society project building capacity of young activists and leaders from the Eastern Partnership region and beyond in advocacy and campaigning for nonviolent social transformation.  They focus on social transformation and nonviolent action with the aim of strengthening the competences of young leaders and activists in designing nonviolent campaigns for social change and creating accessible and inclusion participatory processes and structures. They provide trainings which explore theoretical understanding of grass-root transformative processes and mechanisms of nonviolent change, as well as practical tools and tips for designing nonviolent initiatives and campaigns.