Thu, 08 Jun|
Designing Social Change (Online)
The event is part of the Impact HUB. The hub includes a series of training, consulting and mentoring support that follow the application process for funding in BIRDs in BG and aim to provide the right support for knowledge and skills development.
When and Where
08 Jun, 10:00 EEST – 09 Jun, 17:00 EEST
About the event
The "Designing Social Change" training is part of our Impact HUB series:
The Hub focuses on the ability of civil society organizations to offer solutions, new ideas and approaches to contemporary societal problems. The hub also aims to ensure sustainable and flexible work of civil organizations in the ever-changing environment and to provide professionals in them with the necessary knowledge and skills for effective and impactful work.
The "Desiging Social Change" training focuses on modern approaches in finding and strategizing solutions for change. We will cover topics and approaches related to generating ideas, developing social innovation, engaging stakeholders and working with our communities, trends in civic work, theory of change and impact planning, strategy building, action plans and financial planning.
The "Designing Social Change" training is suitable for members of decision-making teams for the development of the organization - members of governing bodies, executive and program directors, managers, etc.
We expect participants to demonstrate motivation to participate, a willingness to apply what they have learned, and a willingness to fully engage in the training and attend all sessions. Participation in the training is based on a submitted registration form and approval by the team that the participant meets the participation criteria.
Expected results of the training: for the organizations to have a clear vision, mission and priorities for work, which will help them in planning the priorities with which they will apply for financial support, as well as in the optimal operational planning and fundraising.
Participation in the training does not guarantee receiving funding and is not related to the evaluation of the application forms.
The BIRDS in BG project is co-financed by the European Union. The views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the European Union or the European Education and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA). Neither the European Union nor the issuing body can be held responsible for them.
Request to participate
Places at the event are limited, so please reserve yours as soon as possible. Please indicate your desire to participate in the training by filling out the registration form before the deadline of May 23, 2023.