Imagine tasting through writing? How might that feel and be like? Sara and Nohad invited participants for a mini-writeshop to explore the dimensions of one’s life through flavors.
Water security is key to our collective future, yet many places in the world experience severe water insecurity. We have to ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all (SDG 6). Perspectivity facilitated this initiative for the Global South on the future of water security in the lead-up to the UN 2023 Water Conference.
A literary reflection creative workshop was organized for open a space to engage and reflect collectively, slowly, and intimately with the overarching theme of the book, Feminist Legacies.
As part of a local festival with the aim to change the narrative about the line that used to divide Beirut during the civil war, a mini Writeshop workshop was organized in the park under the theme “Dealing with the Past”.
How Deep Democracy can help remove dividing lines between roles and functions to get to the in-depth discussions about underlying beliefs and dilemmas.
The Reading and Writing Foundation wants to better understand how its support to municipalities contributes to better policy and implementation. So that people with low literacy can be helped even better. The foundation already reports annually on the activities carried out but want to gain more insight into what all those efforts achieve. Using Outcome Harvesting as a methodology.
For the Royal Academy of Engineering in London, Perspectivity facilitated a participatory systems mapping process to explore the role of leadership in making the engineering industry more inclusive.
How do you evaluate a nine-year subsidy program with a broad variety of participants and projects? How do you collect the lessons from the past as input for the next program period? LEADER in the northern part of the province of North-Holland opted for participatory narrative research using Sprockler.
Co-creating and conducting a baseline assessment for CREA’s strategic programme in close cooperation with consortium partners in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Lebanon, Sudan and Uganda.
An outcome study of six research projects implemented in South Asia and Southeast Asia.
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