This digital edition of Terra Madre is a great opportunity to strengthen the capacities of our network in these incredibly challenging times.
Over the last few months we have received multiple calls to improve our skills as a grassroots civil society organization, to distinguish ourselves better in an increasingly competitive environment.
In December we are planning three separate training sessions dedicated to our leaders and communities who wish to learn more about impact evaluation, digital communication, and fundraising, and improve their skill sets.
Every Wednesday, from 5:00 to 6:00 Central European Time, you’ll have the chance to improve your skills by listening and interacting with selected trainers with years of practical experience in their fields.
Ian Baker – Slow Food Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor – will lead a session to introduce the importance of understanding our impact. Everyone involved in Slow Food is interested in having an impact on the world, but we are often unsure of whether our efforts have succeeded, or if the things we spend our time doing have any effect at all.
Ian will talk us through why impact is important, how we can measure it and give some examples of simple techniques that work in practice.
You will come away with:
- An understanding of why understanding impact is important;
- An idea of how to approach impact-measurement in practice;
- Why understanding impact is fundamental to fundraising and communication (the topics of the following webinars);
- Why it is fundamental to our success in all aspects of our life and work.
Event languages: EN, IT, ES, FR, PT, RU