Great event, stimulating and informative.
|Dates||Wed 25 March 2015 - Fri 27 March 2015|
|Cost||850.00 - residential (includes 2 nights accomodation)|
699.00 - non-residential
Building on INTRAC’s extensive experience in both monitoring and evaluating (M&E) and in advocacy, this course will support practitioners with how to ensure M&E is integrated into both planning advocacy initiatives and feeding into organisational learning and accountability. The course will focus on a variety of practical ways to meet the challenges of advocacy M&E. The course content draws on real-life case studies from our work in supporting organisations to develop advocacy strategies and from carrying out evaluations of advocacy initiatives. It deals with the challenge of how to assess contribution to change. Finally, it provides a series of practical tools which can help participants to develop and improve the advocacy M&E systems, in accordance with their organisation’s capacity and needs.
This course is intended for staff or consultants with some experience of working on advocacy with large and small civil society organisations, who face challenges in monitoring and evaluating advocacy. This training compliments the INTRAC Advocacy and Policy Influencing course which focuses more broadly on developing an advocacy strategy. It is not compulsory to have attended the Advocacy and Policy Influencing course (either as an open training or blended learning course). Participants will be asked to bring a relevant case study which they will have the opportunity to reflect on during the course. The course will attract an international group of practitioners, providing a rich environment for learning and sharing experiences.
For further information, please download a PDF of the course profile.
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