#WeGovernSL – 2016

Hashtag Generation was awarded a grant by Frida Young Feminist Fund to conduct training programs for aspiring young women politicians in Sri Lanka through residential training programs held in Colombo and Jaffna, the former in Sinhala and the latter in Tamil, in June 2016. Each training ran for two days, and had a total of 40 participants and covering topics such as basics of politics, how to run a social media campaign, utilizing mass media for election purposes, electoral mapping, etc.

With the assistance of the Frida Young Feminist Fund #Gen conducted a 2 day residential training programme held in Colombo and Jaffna, the former in Sinhala and the latter in Tamil, in June 2016. Each training ran for two days, and had a total of 40 participants.

The training covered topics such as the basics of politics, campaigning on social media and advocating for issues on online platforms, utilizing mass media for election purposes and electoral mapping, to name a few.

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