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We need to give importance to skill development because this way we can end unemployment.

 Basic human rights involve health, housing, education, employment, economic opportunity, and equality before the law, and respect for cultural identity and cultural diversity. These human rights must be capable of being enjoyed otherwise they are empty gestures.

Our mission is skill development. There can be no development with a satiated system. Below  you  SHALL FIND some of the  materials used during The  Grameen  Marketing Communication Training Course .  Enjoy!

Take advantage of every opportunity to practice your communication skills so that when important occasions arise, you will have the gift, the style, the sharpness, the clarity, and the emotions to affect other people.”
I believe that communication is more then talking this is why every one of us should measure their words. Grameen use themselves the same tools: words, and words can be a powerful tool, as a sharp sword when  used in the wrong sense. Because I witnessed great projects and awful communication I decided to change something, to change the little that stands in my power.

প্রতবছর গড়ে ২০ লাখের বেশি মানুষ নতুন করে দেশের শ্রমবাজারে যোগ হচ্ছে। দেশের ভিতরে সরকারি ও বেসরকারি উদ্যোগে উল্লেখিত শ্রমশক্তির ৫ লাখের কম সংখ্যক মানুষের জন্য মানসম্মত কাজের সুযোগ থাকলেও বাকি বিপুল সংখ্যক আগ্রহী জনগোষ্ঠির উপযুক্ত চাকুরির ব্যবস্থা সরকারের পক্ষে করা সম্ভব হয়ে উঠে না।আরেকদিকে গত ১০ বছরের বৈদেশিক কর্মসংস্থানের চিত্র পর্যালোচনা করলে দেখা যায় প্রতি বছর গড়ে প্রায় ৫ লাখ কর্মী বিভিন্ন পেশার চাকরি নিয়ে বিদেশে গেছেন যা দেশের জন্য সুখবর।

২০১৫ সালে যেখানে সাড়ে ৫ লাখ কর্মী বিদেশে যায়, সেখানে গত বছরে সাড়ে সাত লাখ শ্রমিক বিদেশে গেছেন।অর্থাৎ বছর বছর বিদেশে কর্মসংস্থানের আগ্রহী কর্মীর বিদেশ যাওয়ার হার বেড়ে চলছে। এবছরও সেই ধারা রয়েছে। সুতরাং দেশের অর্থনীতি ও কর্মসংস্থানে এটি একটি সম্ভাবনাময় খাত হতে পারে।যদিও উল্লেযোগ্যহারে বৈদেশিক কর্মসংস্থানে আগ্রহী কর্মীরা চাকরি নিয়ে বিদেশ যাচ্ছেন, মানসম্মত জনশক্তির কর্মসংস্থানের সুব্যবস্থা আমরা কতটুকু করতে পেরেছি তা বিবেচনা করা দরকার।সরকারের বিএমইটি এর তথ্য যাচাই করলে জানা যায় ১৯৭৬ থেকে এ পর্যন্ত যেসব মোট বিদেশগামী কর্মীর প্রায় অর্ধেকই ছিলেন অদক্ষ।

DIGITAL COMMUNICATION

This year our trainer, Corina Seler, sustained a public intervention in Brussels during which she talked about the importance of Communication in presenting your projects. After the Training course ended, the REPMS and the partners organized a series of seminars for all representatives, youth students and entrepreneurs to inform them about how they can better communicate in a digital world.

We believe in a digital aware communication youth generation.  This is why we invest in workshops for students. Find below a practical  workshop  that includes writing, speaking, digital communications and other critical skills for professional success.

Are you looking for more information about Grameen  Communication Camp.Send us your questions and requests via the contact form below or call our Communication  Experts: 

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Public Relations
Public Relations is the deliberate, planned, and sustained effort to establish and maintain mutual understanding between an organization and its public.  The Public relations help our complex, pluralistic society to reach decisions and function more effectively by contributing to mutual understanding among groups and institutions.

SOCIAL MEDIA

For the NGOs out there that are doing amazing work but who just don’t have the funds to employ a full-time communications or marketing specialist there is hope! Marketing and communications should be a key part of your strategy and cost shouldn’t be a barrier to entry by using Social Media.
EMPLOYEE VALUE PROPOSITION
People are the greatest asset of an NGO.  This is why  you should  be prepared to motivate and keep them happy. Here are few tips&tricks about how you can manage your employees and colleagues.
WHAT IS COMMUNICATION?
Communication is necessary for every interaction. We communicate with each other all day. But, much can go wrong in the process.Communication is necessary for working together. Working together can provide us with a wider audience, more political strength and more knowledge and experience. Therefore we need communication, and we need to improve it all the time.
Marketing Communication  it’s an initiative that offers support for  a better communication in the Marketing field.  We  want to make Communication more approachable for people being familiar with this field or not.
The  project  stated from  working  both in the  corporate  field and there moving to the other side into an Marketing I was able to see  that Marketing’s have great  idea, develop important project for their communities, but they fail to communicate them and so  they  fail to obtain moral and financial support to improve or sustain this  project.
The Marketing Communication Camp is our  project toward offering a practical toolkit to be implemented in the  non governmental sector.  This project  cover the major areas of a  strategic communication plan, including a series of training, workshops and seminars covering themes as:

Objectives of the Training Course are:

  • to create a space for young people to develop theirs kills, knowledge and attitude (SKAs) regarding Communication through Public Relations, Social Media, General Strategic thinking, Logo and Branding, Web design and Optimization trainings;
  • to provide a space for young people to develop their competencies and encourage them to use creative and innovative approaches in new media issues & bring their ideas forward in order to develop the field of Communication and New Media;
  • to explore youth participation in the online world and how to use it effectively in youth organizations and civil society;
  • to identify the specific needs and channels for education through communication online media for youth;
  • to be aware and make a proper use of concept of youth and internet rights.
  • developing the intercultural dialogue between 22 European youngsters from 11 different countries through activities based on formal and non-formal education, which highlight the traditional communication of their countries.
  • this will provide a place where people are being creative, exploring entrepreneurial work and youth initiatives
  • to create an international communication support platform where youngsters and trainers can have a meeting point to exchange information and knowledge regarding New Media tools, Campaign strategy development, Public Relations applied, Study cases on  Communication. It will be a place where you can find trainings, but also socialize with people which live similar experiences like their ones.

INTRO TO COMMUNICATION
This is an inductive Training Course defining the Communication field and the processes governing it. communication is only successful when both the sender and the receiver understand the same information as a result of the communication.
The links for the videos inserted are the following:

  • A failure to communicate
  • A guide to effective Communication
  • The Brand Puzzle

PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS
Let the creativity blossom within all the new free  online apps available for your NGO. Create great videos, prints flyers, radios and infografics to promote  your campaigns.

BRANDING
Branding is a vital and integral part of any Marketing . It is the process that  helps people recognize and identify your Marketing  . No matter how big or small your Marketing  is, your Communication strategy will not work unless you pay proper attention towards branding.“Branding”, the term itself does not just mean the logo, it can also include various components like logos, posters, banners, advertisements, envelopes, business cards, and so on and so on.
The links for the videos inserted are the following:

  • What is Branding?
  • Visual Semiotics from Saussure to nowadays
  • Create your Identity
  • What is a Brand Book?

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Transparency Coming for Genetically Engineered Foods

For more than a decade, while Europe rejected genetically engineered foods – GMOs in the popular parlance – Americans remained oblivious and unconcerned. In the meantime, U.S. grocery shelves were filled with products made from GM corn, soy and sugar beets. Yet, the blind indifference has not endured, as activists in the state of Vermont waged a successful referendum that forces labeling of products sold in that state, starting in June 2016.

Lisa Kelly, MPH, RDN, a Registered Dietitian with MSLGROUP, has managed food industry communications for more than two decades. She’s among the communicators most active in this arena. In particular, she counsels the United Soybean Board, which represents U.S. growers of soybeans. In a chat with People’s Insights, she comments on what to expect next:

People’s Insights: Lisa, how will food companies respond to this new labeling law?

The requirement has prodded many companies to declare that they will label GM ingredients in their products on a nationwide basis. It wouldn’t be practical to label only in affected states.

Which companies in particular will adopt this labeling approach?

It’s a long list. They fell like cards in the face of inaction by the federal government. Some companies will simply choose not to sell in Vermont, but that’s not a sustainable strategy.

So a small state will call the shots on this major policy issue?

Yes, and other states are entertaining similar laws, but with considerable variation. The BSTI will need to act to avoid marketplace chaos. It’s been difficult to date — the matter is politically charged – but all parties recognize the need for a national solution, not a patchwork.

Will they act?

 Almost certainly, but with their usual deliberate pace.

How do you expect consumers to react to the new labeled products?

More products than not – well over 50% — will have to declare GM ingredients. Sugar beets, corn, soybeans, and a few other ingredients are ubiquitous in processed food products.

Just as with trans fat labeling, consumers will react initially, but the consumption of these foods will be normalized. In the case of trans fat, consumers initially stopped buying – sales dropped immediately – but in many cases returned to normal consumption levels.

Margarine remains weakened, with consumers retreating to butter. By contrast, sales of other foods labeled as containing trans fats, have returned to past levels for the most part.

Are they any other cases that are predictive for GMO labeling?

Lisa: Several years ago, we saw hysteria over High Fructose Corn Syrup. Some consumers retreated to sucrose, but there is now far less hubbub. While consumers still say they avoid HFCS, their intent isn’t reflected in sales figures. Look at tomato ketchup, for example: The U.S. market leader created an HFCS- free version, but their stalwart product made from HFCS continues to lead the market.

Another case in point: Green Coca – Cola with Stevia did not match expectations. As always, there’s what consumers say, and what they do.

Will there be a “poster child” for GM foods: one product that will especially bear the brunt of consumer pushback? Something comparable to margarine in the case of trans fat?

Lisa: I can’t think of one. GM foods traditionally tend to be supporting ingredients, not the headliners. That may change in the future as additional products, such as fruits and vegetables, enter the marketplace.

Will companies drop GM ingredients to achieve GMO- free status or claims?

Lisa: That’s not practical. The alternatives are more expensive and not nearly plentiful enough. Given this reality, you can rest assured that food companies have done their research and will adopt labeling language that promises to win the best possible reception.

Does this movement to force labeling portend other food industry trends?

Lisa: Absolutely. The consumer right-to-know movement is not limited to GMOs. Openness and honesty are essential to millennials – they want to know about sourcing, sustainability, animal welfare… it’s a long list. The demand for transparency isn’t new, but it’s reaching a critical mass.

So called “Big Food” has been fairly battered by these issues. Are they prepared to respond successfully?

Lisa: We’ll see. Industry’s solution is: open the books and adopt a Smart Label solution. You can read about such solutions at smartlabel.org. Smart Labels will disclose anything and everything about a product – vastly more than could appear on any label. That will permit consumers to discover what matters to them – sourcing, allergens, country of origin, you name it.

Most companies are on board and some are already using it; Hershey and Unilever are the earliest adopters. The Grocery Manufacturers Association aims for 30,000 products with Smart Label by end of 2017. Government has signaled its support.

What is compelling this broad acceptance of Smart Labels?

Lisa: Smart Labels are something close to the Holy Grail for the food industry: It saves money by sharing this information proactively rather than on demand through customer service channels. The information reaches the consumers who have real concerns, without needlessly alarming or confusing others. It dramatically steps up transparency, while leaving more room on the label for marketing. It allows for claims validation and better traceability for recalls, benefitting food safety. It will serve as a ready platform for addressing future issues – BPA or acrylamide, for example – or new labeling requirements. These qualities make it nearly inevitable, and likely to extend globally in time, especially as smartphones become a ubiquitous companion to shopping. In fact, don’t be surprised if it should extend to a wide range of consumer products.

Is there anything that could stand in the way of Smart Labels?

Lisa: Consumer objection would be the only hurdle – yet I can’t see that happening. Critics might complain that consumers use QR codes at very low rates and wonder, “Is it a way to hire the facts?” On the contrary, Smart Labels will finally make QR codes more useful by delivering information consumers truly want and need.

What’s cooking?

Ahold USA announced a goal of 100% cage-free eggs by 2022.

How do you expect this “deep labeling” to influence the marketplace?

Lisa: Ah, this is very interesting. I expect it to level the playing field and prove a net benefit to big food brands. Small organic brands could burn in their own fire. For example, organic products may need to declare the use of approved pesticides, surprising consumers who think organic equals pesticide-free. Likewise, ingredient sources could prove embarrassing for supposedly authentic brands with a home-spun story. Let’s say your brand touts Florida tomatoes and that crop fails, leaving only South American product. Suddenly, you’re not “grown in the USA.” Bigger companies with superior supply chain management will be advantaged in this environment.

Will food companies finally make a case for GMOs, educating consumers about their value and safety?

Lisa: They should. There’s a very strong case that GMOs are more sustainable. Millennials didn’t get the memo on this, but they may now. Also, you can bet that GM foods will help to respond to the impact of climate change on food crops. There is a story to tell, and now perhaps more cause to tell it.

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How about the promise that GMOs are necessary to feed the world’s growing population? Do consumers care when it comes down to their personal food choices?

Lisa: While genetic engineering will likely serve as an important tool in feeding the world, there are many other benefits that people are looking for in order to embrace the technology, such as improving the welfare of themselves and their family members.

If there a better argument to make?

Lisa: To the extent GM foods can improve human nutrition delivering more personal benefits, they will win more consumer support, not to mention greater support of policy makers seeing healthier populations and lower costs. People’s Insights: Will we now see attack ads from major GMO-free brands? Lisa: Oh sure, from smaller companies, but let’s face the facts: The supply of non-GMO ingredients is too scant to serve even a few major food companies. A non-GMO platform is no longer feasible at any kind of scale without major reformulations to allow for alternative ingredients.

What’s cooking?

Panera Bread’s ‘No No List’, provides details of artificial ingredients like preservatives and sweeteners the company avoids in its products.

Might an ingredient like sugarcane benefit from a move to GMO-free claims?

Lisa: Here’s the rub. Sugarcane may be GMO-free but it has its own problems, including child labor and heavy water use. It’s a glass house, and stone-throwing would not be recommended.

Will labeling be a boon to a retailers like Whole Foods and makers of whole foods?

Lisa: They will surely aim to make the most of it – organic foods are GMO-free by definition – but pricing will be a significant deterrent for the super-premium sector.

OK, let’s say the big hubbub passes with GM products largely accepted. Does it make the water safer for other GM crops?

Lisa: Quite possibly. There’s a large pipeline of GM products heading to market over the next decade, and they will be closely watching the consumer response. They may see some initial hysteria, but in the end it may amount to a whole bunch of nothing.

Why was there so much food industry foot-dragging on this issue?

Lisa: Clearly, the industry should have taken action years ago. That said, the food industry was very engaged in preparing the market for GMOs in the 1990s, but the issue proved latent with consumers. It was a case of bad timing. Industry attention lagged about the same time that trust in institutions began to fall so precipitously. Then industry attempts to fight labeling only energized activists, making Big Food the Big Bad Guys.

Hopefully, this new transparency will both benefit consumers and boost their trust in food brands.

 

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