Building Community-Based Evaluation Capacity to Advance Sustainable Development Goals: Webinar Series
Interested in localizing the sustainable development goals? Are you a community-based organization working in Canada on issues of peace, gender equity or education? Interested in building your evaluation capacity? Curious about a community-led, grassroots approach to Canada's SDG 2030 agenda? Join us! The Centre for Community Based Research and Conrad Grebel University College are hosting a four-part webinar series on community-based evaluation and the sustainable development goals.
Information on facilitators can be found via Eventbrite.
We have also just launched our website: see https://www.eval4localizingsdgs.com/ for resources on how to use community-based evaluation to help localize the SDGs
Community-based organizations or initiatives working to promote peace, quality education, and/or gender equity (e.g., focus on SDGs16, 4 or 5) are encouraged to attend. However, the webinar series is open to all.
You may attend one webinar, or all.
The webinar will be held in Zoom meeting format to encourage audience interaction.
The webinar will be recorded and posted online. Only the active speaker will appear on video. Participants have the option of turning their camera off.
No previous evaluation or SDG experience required!
There are no costs to attend this webinar. This webinar series is made possible with the financial support of Employment and Social Development Canada. For access needs or more information about the series, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org