Campaign Strategy Training For Young Politicians
The Network for Social Democracy in Asia (Socdem Asia), in partnership with the Mongolian People’s Party (MPP), Strategy Academy and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) Mongolia Office recently conducted an onlline training for young candidates from the MPP who will contest the upcoming October local elections.
Seeking to contribute to the political strategy development of its member parties under the framework of “Transformative Changemaking” (TCM). Responding to a request from the MPP, Socdem Asia developed this tailor-fitted series of Campaign Strategy Training for Young Politicians. Participants were given basic training on mappig the prevailing youth discourse under the framework of Transformative Changemaking (TCM), Basics in political communications and elements of a campaign narrative, and on the campaign phases and infrastructure as well as on volunteer management.
Socdem Asia recognizes that it is essential for progressives to reinvent themselves with new ways of building up a societal base that tips the balance of power toward transformation. This demands new methods for building up social support, reaching out to the untapped constituencies, consolidating around a narrative and a concrete action-oriented project that exemplifies the kind of politics progressives espouse and practice.