Previous Events & Training
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MEL for Scottish Government small grantees
This online workshop covered different aspects of monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) relevant for grant management, and will discuss how to conduct MEL during the current COVID-19 outbreak. It is primarily designed for recipients of Scottish Government international development small grants.
Principles for Digital Development round table
This short lunch time round table introduced the Principles for Digital Development, what they are, and how to use the nine principles to make your digital international development work align with good practice.
Alliance Conference 2020: Global Development beyond COVID-19
On 24 September, the Alliance held its first fully online conference. We gathered with over 200 delegates from around the world to discuss the impacts and responses to the COVID-19 crisis across the development sector.
This 8th September workshop was aimed at people looking to reflect and act on unconscious bias. It was not intended as a silver bullet to solve equality issues, but rather to provide a foundation to begin thinking about the work of addressing bias and inequality within participant's organisations and interactions.
This interactive workshop with Challenges Catalyst on 26 August 2020 aimed to help participants think strategically about the justification, impact, forces, tools and methods of organisational change. In these uncertain and challenging times, managing change for resilience and recovery is more important than ever.
Members' Meeting with Scottish Government Officials
As part of the ongoing series of meetings with the Scottish Government International Development Team, this virtual round-table gave attendees the chance to hear directly from Officials about our areas of common interest, and to raise issues directly with them.
Webinar with Mannion Daniels: UK Aid Direct
This short one-hour webinar was designed for organisations looking to apply for the UK Aid Direct Impact or Community Partnership grants. The fund manager Mannion Daniels presented details of the application process and gave examples of how applicants are being asked to demonstrate how they are working towards the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and how they might be considering the long-term impacts of the COVID-19 outbreak.