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This online workshop will explore different evaluation techniques and methods, and how to incorporate Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) into your campaign planning and delivery.
Love it or hate it, when done right, evaluation is a powerful and essential tool. This workshop will help you to value what really matters, learn from what worked and didn’t work in others’ campaigns, and adapt your approach accordingly.
We all want our theory of change to work but, to do so, it must be a living, iterative tool that reflects the realities of campaigning. If something is not working, we need the knowledge and evidence to first know that and then to understand why – all in a safe context and environment.
- Understand evaluation techniques and methods
- Learn how to incorporate MEL into campaign planning and delivery
- Learn about reporting and responding techniques.
About the trainer
The Sheila McKechnie Foundation (SMK) aims to support new and inexperienced campaigners, and to champion the right to campaign, offering experience and resources to bring the campaign community together. They support individuals, groups and communities to have the skills and confidence to speak up and take effective action on issues that matter to them.
As Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales are funding this programme of work, we are asking for the following criteria to be met:
- These are open to any voluntary organisation working in the criminal justice system, though each event has a different capacity of attendee numbers to ensure the training is effective
- Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis, subject to eligibility and availability, though Clinks will reserve specific spaces for organisations working with people in contact with the criminal justice system that are led by and focussed on racially minoritised people
- Please only book one ticket per organisation as we expect there to be high demand for these events.
About Stronger voice
The Stronger voice training programme brings together experts across policy, campaigns and communications to support organisations of all sizes to influence decision makers. This programme is being delivered as part of Clinks’ three-year Stronger Voice programme, funded by the Lloyds Bank Foundation for England and Wales, and aims to help the voluntary sector working in criminal justice to develop a unified and influential voice, at both a national and regional level.