Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarita Ranchod Feb 21, 2022. 3 Replies 3 Likes
Colleagues, I thought some of you might find this interesting. It uses an Outcome Harvesting approach but assesses significance by applying a power framework that I developed drawing on feminist and…Continue
Tags: women's, rights, evaluation, power, Harvesting
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Posted on March 23, 2020 at 21:48 9 Comments 10 Likes
Coping with Covid-19: Theory of Change workshop online
As we all struggle to come to terms with the personal, community, work and politico-economic / cultural implications of COVID-19, I’d like to share a few lessons drawn by me and colleagues from WIEGO’s Urban Policies Programme (UPP), after we ran a theory of change workshop online on Monday and Tuesday (16-17 March 2020). WIEGO is a global organisation – Women in Informal Employment: Globalizing and Organizing.…Continue
Posted on April 16, 2019 at 14:00 8 Comments 6 Likes
Rituu suggested I reflect on my practice and also share with you the set of blogs a few outcome harvesting practitioners wrote for AEA365 (attachment) to give a sense of the method and in so doing pay tribute to the method’s originator, Ricardo Wilson-Grau – see attached. So, this note reflects on outcome harvesting as feminist. It is arguably…Continue
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