This virtual workshop will help development and humanitarian practitioners integrate decolonizing principles and practices into their research activities, including project analyses, monitoring and evaluation, assessments and evaluations. The workshop is interactive and participatory. The training is four days for three hours a day. All participants will receive a detailed manual with key terms and templates.
PROGRAM AGENDA Day 1: Why decolonize research and M&E? Examining the legacy of colonialism for international development and humanitarian aid, identifying what ‘decolonising’ means, and discussing how feminist perspectives can be helpful in decolonising research and M&E
Day 2: Who shapes research and M&E and why? Scoping research and identifying methods Identifying strategies and principles to decolonise research during the scoping phase and during the identification of research methods
Day 3: Who collects data and what methods are ‘decolonial’? Data collection and alternative research methods Identifying strategies and principles to decolonise research during the data collection phase, and discussing the possibilities for alternative research methods to help decolonise research and M&E.
Day 4: How do we represent communities and why does it matter? Analysis and data sharing Identifying strategies and principles to decolonise research during the analysis and sharing of data phase.
Информация об оплатеFees: We offer a sliding, tiered fee scale to make the training accessible to individuals not backed by heavily resourced organizations. Tier 1: $725 for institutions with annual budgets of greater than $4 million USD Tier 2: $625 for institutions with annual budgets that are less than $4 million USD or are consultants, freelancers, or otherwise self-employed. Use discount code DECOLONIZE2 Tier 3: $350 for students and early career professionals who are self-paying. Limit 1-2 per training. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for discount code. Tier 4: $100 for Individuals who are from a low- or middle-income country as designated by The World Bank and who meet one of the of the following criteria: (1) Are self-employed and earn less than $45,000 USD a year (2) Work for organizations with a budget of less than $500,000 USD a year . Limit 1-2 per training. Email email@example.com for a discount code. Discounts available for group registration of 3 or more. Email firstname.lastname@example.org. All training participants receive: 12 hours of live facilitation with an experienced trainer and practitioner Opportunities to learn from and with up to 15 other practitioners from around the world Options for 1-on-1 Q&A or discussion with the trainer during office hours A downloadable copy of a participants’ training manual with key terms and concepts Access to a resource drive with resources and templates for applying what you learned Opportunities to practice applying new concepts and techniques Feedback from your trainer and peers Certificate of completion from the Cynara Gender Training Platform
Sign up here: https://cynara.co/trainingstore/decolonize