Submit your Expression of Interest to organize a workshop by July 12th!
The 2013 Partnerships against Poverty Summit will provide an effective learning environment through engaging workshop sessions.
We need your help in making this Summit a more inclusive space where in-depth conversations about the challenges and opportunities take place and new partnerships that allow us to innovate and move people out of poverty are established and existing partnerships are strengthened.
Through this workshop proposal, we would like you to use the idea of “Partnerships against Poverty” to showcase partnerships that you and your peers have engaged in to address the multiple dimensions of poverty. In order to effectively address the needs and challenges of those living in poverty, organizations need to identify opportunities for collaboration that allow them to extend their products and services.
The learning methodology should be engaging and seek input from the audience. For example, you could use formats like TED Talk, PechaKucha, Learning Story, Debate, Oxford Style Debate, World Cafe, Interview, Fishbowl, Open Space Methodology, or 20 Questions. Click here to download a version of our Format & Presentation Guide to learn more about the recommended formats.
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