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Implementing the SDGs: Applying Collaborative Approaches and Systems Thinking

Organiser(s): ACFID and its Development Practice Committee Topics Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
2017-08-16 09:00:00 2017-08-17 13:00:00 Australia/Sydney Implementing the SDGs: Applying Collaborative Approaches and Systems Thinking Experienced programming staff and strategic thinkers in international development are invited to learn how to apply systems thinking and collaborative approaches to the SDGs and related complex problems. Oxfam 132 Leicester Street Carlton VIC 3053 ACFID and its Development Practice Committee Calendar

In this interactive workshop, participants will learn how to apply systems thinking and collaborative approaches to the SDGs and related complex and multifaceted problems.

The event will benefit experienced programming staff and strategic thinkers who are tasked with delivering on transformational change around complex problems, including the SDGs across multiple goals.

Registration requires the submission of a short expression of interest (EOI) explaining your role and experience, and how you would be able to actively contribute to the sessions.

By the end of the workshop participants will have:

  • Practical experience applying systems thinking to a worked example in the sector
  • Skills designing collaborative solutions for deeply entrenched and complex social problems
  • A manual that supports participants to run similar processes in their own organisations

This workshop is the third in a complementary series, advancing the use of systems thinking in the sector.

The workshop will be facilitated by Kerry Graham of Collaboration for Impact, with presentations by Michaela Cosijn of CSIRO and Mark Webster of ADRA.

To register: Send a half page EOI to Kate Angus at ACFID by Tuesday 8 August.

More information can be found here: https://acfid.asn.au/events.