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Story activation tool for Danish non-profits

After a successful workshop in November 2014, we worked with CISU to create a story activation tool for their 300-member network. After consultation, prototyping and testing, the tool provided input for CISU to conduct story workshops with their members. Words That Change provided story expertise, which CISU adapted and enhanced through the unrolling of its story programme. This is an example of in-skilling which allows us to have powerful impact where budgets need to be conserved for critical causes.

 

“Right now I am travelling back on train from Copenhagen and my mood is just about as exalted as meeting you in Amsterdam. The reason of this level of excitement is that I have spent the evening in the company of member organizations using the story activation tool.”

Kim Jensen, communication manager, CISU

What: Story activation tool
Who: CISU, Danish NGO network
When: Mar-Jul 2015

Tool design: Simon Hodges and Saar Francken
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Thanks Simon for an amazing storytelling workshop at Windesheim Honours College in Zwolle. A highly inspiring workshop, tailor-made for our BA students’ process of developing Entertainment Education intervention strategies for real clients. Highly inspiring. Highly appreciated. Warmly recommended. ~Kersti Wissenbach, Lecturer, Windesheim  Honours College, Zwolle

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