Now you can hire FUF for training

With FUF's training courses, you get concrete tips on how to succeed in communication about global development issues and how you can work with Agenda 2030 in different ways in your business. Our courses are aimed at companies, authorities, organizations and educational institutions, and we tailor the courses based on your needs and wishes. For example, we can offer a combination of several of the following courses. Read more below about what we offer and contact FUF at for more information on content and prices. 

The journalistic method with Alice Mutambala
Do you want to learn how to talk about complex issues in an engaging and easy-to-understand way that captivates the recipient? Do you want to practice writing journalistic texts and pointed headlines? Then this workshop is just right for you! We go through the most important things to consider in journalistic storytelling and do various writing exercises so that you can sharpen your communication skills. There is also the possibility of having a section on interview technique - in which you learn how to best prepare for and conduct an interview in a professional and rewarding way.

Nice communification with Alice Mutambala
It is easy to reproduce prejudices and stereotypes in the communication of global development issues. In this training, you will learn, among other things, whether you can avoid the "white savior complex" and passive target groups - and how you can instead, in words and images, conduct inclusive and polite communication. You also get tips on texts and videos that you can use as inspiration in your communication.  

Agenda 2030 with Lennart Wohlgemuth
In 2015, UN member states adopted Agenda 2030 – this means that we now have half the time left to achieve the global goals. What does Sweden's and the world's work with the global goals look like and how can you as an organization contribute to the achievement of the goals? In a lecture with Lennart Wohlgemuth, you will learn more about Agenda 2030, what the challenges are and what is required to reach the goals.  

Aid effectiveness with Lennart Wohlgemuth
Effective aid and transparency are commonly used concepts in the Swedish debate on international development cooperation. But what does it actually mean and how does it affect aid actors? In this lecture, Lennart Wohlgemuth shares his many years of expertise in Swedish and European aid policy. 

Youth, peace and securityt with Maria Kalinga's Ruin
UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on youth, peace and security is about the importance of including young people in peacebuilding and decision-making processes at the local, regional, national and international level - for a long-term and sustainable peace. The training includes an introduction to the resolution, what it means in different contexts and how the implementation has looked. Depending on the focus and scope, we also delve into how you can support the implementation of the agenda in your work. 

About our trainers

Alice Mutambala is editor of FUF's online magazine The development magazine. She is a trained journalist and has previously worked as a reporter at various local newsrooms. Now she holds courses in journalistic storytelling in text, sound and image as well as in constructive and inclusive communication of global issues.  

Lennart Wohlgemuth is member of FUF's board, senior advisor for Global Utmaning and one of Sweden's foremost aid experts. He is a former visiting professor at the University of Gothenburg in Swedish and European development policy and has been head of the Nordic Africa Institute and head of department at Sida.  

Maria Kalinga's Ruin is project manager for Global Peace Hub, FUF's international network for young peace actors. She has a background in economics, languages ​​and global politics and a broad professional profile with experience from the private, public and non-profit sectors. She has worked strategically at local, regional, national and international level and has experience in capacity-building and preventive work in areas such as peace and civil society issues as well as mental health. 

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