Session Type(s): Training
Training Tag(s): Basic Online Organizing
Starts: Thursday, Jul. 17 1:00 PM (Eastern)
Ends: Thursday, Jul. 17 2:15 PM (Eastern)
We all campaign on the basis of theories about how change will happen, whether these are explicit or just our standard operating assumptions. This training will focus on how we make the implicit explicit so we can organize and campaign for change more effectively. Corelab will use its original research on theories of change in campaigns to stimulate discussion about what theories of change are, and what implications they have for how we campaign. Secondly, participants will make their own theories of change explicit by identifying assumptions and preconditions for change. Participants can work individually or with others to build a theory of change for a current or future campaign.
I am a researcher, advocate, and strategist committed to revealing and addressing structural injustice.
I have worked with small and large social justice organizations, universities, and government. I’ve led successful campaigns, done research that has shifted understanding of the issues and influenced practice, developed public policy, and facilitated learning across organizations and international networks.
I am particularly passionate about brokering collaborations between academics and social change practitioners to generate research that makes a difference.