Events & Training
Scotland's International Development Alliance holds several events and training courses throughout the year.
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Previous Events & Training
Find summaries, resources, pictures, videos and much more from previous Alliance events and training courses.
Understanding practical steps to shifting the power, active anti-racism and decolonisation
A virtual learning event on 17th May 2022, bringing together a panel of experts and leaders to discuss decolonisation, anti-racism and shifting the power in global sustainable development.
Strengthening global partnerships: a networking event
We held this hybrid event in person at the Royal Scots Club in Edinburgh, and virtually for a morning of networking, discussion and learning around what it means to create inclusive global partnerships in 2022 and beyond.
Alliance Annual Conference 2021
'The growing imperative: climate action, well-being and equity' took place virtually on 1-2nd December 2021, and brought together over 200 individuals from across the international development sector to discuss the most crucial questions facing our community.
This day-long training from PhotoVoice covered the principles and practicalities of setting up a participative photography project which allows people you're working with to express their stories in their own voice using photography and captioning. This training was part of our ongoing work to change how we in the sector approach imagery and storytelling.
IATI Publishing Starter training
Data4Development led a two-week course aiming to help organisations and individuals new to the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI) become more confident about publishing.
Remote MEL webinar
This webinar drew together examples of what we have learned about doing remote Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We discussed how the sector has adapted and improved its remote data collection, analysis and learning processes during a difficult year when project plans were disrupted.
Steps to Success: from writing your Scottish Government report to sharing and applying project learning
This online workshop with Emily Balls in March covered different aspects of monitoring, evaluation, accountability and learning (MEAL) relevant for annual reporting and the end of a project. We discussed how to analyse your MEAL findings and share project learnings after a difficult year with plans disrupted by the COVID-19 outbreak. It was primarily designed for recipients of Scottish Government international development small grants.
Using logframes for project management
This 8 December interactive workshop with trainer Jane Davies aimed to build confidence in using logframes more effectively in daily work. The session presented a range of good practice examples and explored them using dialogue and peer learning between members.