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  1. A Multi-dimensional Approach Human Development + Trade (Growth  Sustainable Rural Livelihoods ) = Poverty Reduction :An Action Research

  2. Title of The Project : Exploration of Alternative Ways of Poverty Alleviation By Creating Peoples Conscientization and Substantial Employment Opportunities Among The Educated Unwaged Youth And The Impoverished At The Village Level Through Social Participation for Achieving A Macro Social Change : An Action Research.

  3. The Human Being : Needs to Increase Knowledge Food

  4. THE DESTINATION OF THE APPROACH Human Development + Trade (Growth  Sustainable Rural Livelihoods ) = Poverty Reduction HUMAN DEVELOPMENT D TRADE $ $ An Innovative Communication Strategy (Gonogobeshona) Creating substantial (decent/massive) employment opportunities at rural. D $ $ Public self development Economic development D $ $ Macro social movement for change Redistribution of social resources toward social equity. D 9 8 Macro social change

  5. What will the approach ensure? • This approach can contribute to poverty reduction and human development in three ways: • Peoples conscientization — which can ensure peoples intellectual and decision making power. • Raises household income — which can reduce poverty and lead to increased human capabilities. • Growth can increase government revenue — which can reduce poverty and benefit human development.

  6. Human Development Through An Innovative Communication Strategy

  7. OBJECTIVE: To create a district level professional communication team in order to make political conscientization for sustainable development and intellectual stimulation in taking decision for their self development and decision making power of the rural working community through an innovative communication strategy. Communication For Human Development

  8. Communication Tools for Human Development 1. Peoples Research (Gono Gobeshona) 2. Invisible Theatre/Dialogue 3. Interactive Theatre (Forum) 4. Interactive Kobigan

  9. Peoples Research Macro Social Change (Gonogobeshona) A Change in a Culture Invisible Theatre/Dialogue Socio-political Institution Interactive Theatre Interactive Kobigan Concientization Unity Cyclic Paradigm to Ultimate Goal Human Development

  10. C D T B A rshinogor azar Gonogobeshana (Peoples Research) This type of education is often initiated from outside and requires an external agent such as an animator, popular educator, social mediator... Programs begin with an attempt to identify the problems, expectations and daily needs of [the community] and have a commitment to help them.... The main goal of the animator should be to help the people reclaim their collective history so that they can bring about the structural changes that ensure the fulfilling of their needs and wishes, both in their daily lives and on a broader cultural level. This is the building up of popular power.

  11. C D T B A rshinogor azar Invisible Theatre/Dialogue: The rationale for invisible theatre is to prepare its witnesses for active intervention in the case of similar incidents in everyday life - in other words, to train people in social and political activities. Invisible theatre increases people’s awareness of certain problems, familiarizes them with certain situations and encourages them to formulate independent opinions.

  12. C D T B A rshinogor azar Forum Theatre (Interactive) There are no passive observers in Forum Theatre. Even for those who stay in their seats and say nothing, there is learning to be gained from being a part of the transformation, which takes place on stage. In Forum, audience members are more than just spectators. They also become actors in order to change the action of the play. By shouting "Stop" to put forward an idea, or "Magic" to protest against an 'unreal' action, the Spectactors become partners with the actors and Animator (Joker) in the creative endeavour of changing our representation of the world.

  13. C D T B A rshinogor azar By shouting "Stop" to put forward an idea, or "Magic" to protest against an 'unreal' action.

  14. C D T B A rshinogor azar Audience become actors

  15. C D T B A rshinogor azar Interactions

  16. C D T B A rshinogor azar Interactive Kobigan: Kobigan is a folk entertainment to the rural people of Bangladesh. We think entertainment is an attractive pro-social communication strategy. As like this we practice interactive kobigan based on our indigenous entertainment format for rural people, which we called entertainment education strategy. This strategy has attracted people’s attention and has actually benefited from the intervention.

  17. C D T B A rshinogor azar Interactive Kobigan: Our research indicated that the entertainment education field had demonstrated its ability to influence national, regional and the global social agenda. This practice has demonstrated that can stimulate and sustain participatory method and processes. It is an innovative tools to encounter racism.

  18. C D T B A rshinogor azar Journey to Kabigan Destination

  19. C D T B A rshinogor azar IPC for joining at Kobigan

  20. C D T B A rshinogor azar Instruction Before Kobigan

  21. C D T B A rshinogor azar Pragmatic Steps of 'Interactive Kobigan' • Introduction • Mesmerism • Application • Interaction

  22. C D T B A rshinogor azar Interactions Kabial Vs Audience

  23. C D T B A rshinogor azar Interactions Kabial Vs Audience

  24. C D T B A rshinogor azar Interactions

  25. C D T B A rshinogor azar Let’s speak for all

  26. C D T B A rshinogor azar Growing Envision for social movement having witnessed scintillating presence of male-female

  27. Thank you for your attention