This event is part of our Leading Impact series of seminars and will discuss the benefits of co-production, explore good practice principles and share examples from organisations on a co-production journey.
A theory of change process encourages us to reflect on our aims and plans, to discuss them with others and to make them explicit. We see this process as the foundation of charity strategy, evaluation and communication.
How can charities and funders develop a strategic framework that guides their activity; which sets an enduring framework while retaining flexibility to respond to changing circumstances? Join our event to find out.
The drastic change in our user’s needs and our operating context during the coronavirus pandemic has shown how important it is for charities to be able to adapt and stay relevant in the face of change.
This seminar will explore how you can develop theories of change for campaigning. Drawing on our recent guide to using theories of change for campaigning.
Co-design happens when a charity and its stakeholders work together to design or rethink a service. But how can we encourage user participation at a time of lockdowns and social distancing? This blog shares useful insights into how to involve users in service design or improvement during a pandemic.
Insights and recommendations from Media Trust and NPC’s virtual roundtable.
In anticipation of our upcoming seminar on data, this guest blog by STOP THE TRAFFIK emphasises the importance of data in identifying, preventing and predicting global trafficking hotspots.
Are you an organisation with a mission to tackle large and complex social issues? This workshop is aimed at organisations wanting to think big in their theory of change: to influence lasting social change in a complex area.