Please join the Canadian HIV/AIDS Legal Network for a free workshop to learn how to monitor and evaluate your and your organization’s legal advocacy efforts. The Legal Network will be providing workshop participants with practical, useful tips and concrete tools to monitor and evaluate your work. We hope that, with a continued commitment to ongoing learning, individuals and organizations engaged in social justice and advocacy work will become better, stronger and more effective advocates.
The workshop will include:
1) an understanding of monitoring and evaluation terms in relation to advocacy;
2) a case study of the Legal Network’s experience in evaluating advocacy;
3) an understanding of how to develop a theory of change and a theory of action; and
4) break-out sessions where participants will be able to develop their own theories of action.
The workshop is free and open to the public, but participation is limited to 25 people, so register early (by November 30) to secure your spot. We will also be distributing copies of Advocacy and Social Justice: Measuring Impact, our new “monitoring, evaluation and learning” guide for legal advocacy, and lunch will be provided.