Building a new narrative for monitoring
- a workshop to strengthen peace and human rights work -
++++++++new closing date for registration 30 September 2021++++++++++
In the past ten years, various new tools and approaches have been developed for monitoring our work in the sphere of conflict transformation and human rights. However, in the midst of our work on the ground, the time we invest in monitoring often falls short in the face of daily realities.
The narrative approach and why we use it
We are narrative beings: humans think, act and feel in stories. Therefore narrative models are increasingly present in fields such as organisational development, psychosocial support and societal transformation: we apply them to monitoring.
Based on this approach we can understand that the way we ‘do’ monitoring depends on the story we tell ourselves about it. And if we want to change how we ‘do’ it, we have to change the story.
What to expect from this workshop
The three-day workshop, will take you on a narrative journey by discovering your past and current stories about monitoring. Through a mixture of methods, allowing you to work on- and offline, you will interact with your and the group’s experience and move through this narrative change process in a playful as much as analytical way. As you leave you will know what your future monitoring will look like and be ready to start setting it up.
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- Time and duration of workshop: 26th – 29th of October 2021
- Closing date for registration: 20th of September 2021
- Expected workload: three full days (divided over four days depending on time zones) of synchronous and asynchronous sessions including individual and group exercises
- Place: online
- Language: English
- Fee: 1250 Euro
- Self-funded participants with limited financial means can contact us for the possibility of a reduced participants fee.
- Participants: This workshop is right for you if you are practicing or overseeing monitoring in the field of conflict transformation, human rights, or other fields of social change.
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