Evaluation for Social Justice: Cultural Sensitivity and Learning (Chicago)

Friday, May 17, 2019 -
9:00am to 12:00pm CDT
Forefront Large Conference Room
208 S. LaSalle Street, #1535
This event is open to: 

Operating Nonprofit members of Forefront and the general public.

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Culture is a major driver in people’s thinking, decision-making, and behavior. It can be a major asset for making effective change, or it can be a barrier to progress. This workshop will explore cultural learning, cultural assets, and how philanthropy, programming, and evaluation practitioners can integrate culture in a way that moves towards effective action. Participants will learn to:
•    Design a process for critical self-reflection
•    Explore their own culture and how that influences their philanthropy, programming, and/or evaluation work
•    Develop a plan for learning the cultural mores and assets of the communities they are serving

This workshop is ideal for nonprofit and grantmaking professionals who are responsible for program or organizational strategy and/or evaluation.

This workshop is part of a 4-program series. Register for all four workshops here, and receive a 20% discount off the single-workshop price.

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