Past Events



Here is information regarding past events. Let us know if you have an interest in learning more about any of these events -  
We will let you know about upcoming programmes.

 

 

Organisational Change Facilitation Programme

07 - February - 2012 TO 02 - December - 2013

The Organisational Change Facilitation Programme (OCFP) is a programme with a focus on theory and hands-on experience with a strong emphasis on application in your work place. The program develops competent organisational change facilitators to act as catalysts and creators of responsive organizations that continuously learn from development practice. OCFP will enable individuals and organizations to creatively engage with changein a planned way in order that organizations remain relevant and effective.

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Organisational Change Facilitation Programme

11 - December - 2013 TO 14 - January - 2014

The Organisational Change Facilitation Programme (OCFP) is a programme with a focus on theory and hands-on experience with a strong emphasis on application in your work place.
4th OCFP is ended on January 16, 2014. Applications for new batch is open.
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Community Learning Movement

11 - December - 2013 TO 11 - December - 2013

The third programme of CLM commenced on 6th November 2013. This is a three modular programme and the first module is over.  Please refer the brochure for more details.
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Colloquium on Governance and Leadership in Civil Society

22 - July - 2014 TO 24 - July - 2014

Colloquium

The National Colloquium on Leadership and Governance in Civil Society will be held over the course of 3 days in July of 2014.   Individuals from the development sector, support organisations, donor organisations, and academia will be invited to participate by sharing their perspectives and experiences on leadership and governance in the sector.  Researchers will submit papers on the themes of the colloquium for review and presentation, and participants will have the opportunity for discussion and joint problem-solving. 
 
The colloquium will provide an unprecedented space for change practitioners in organisational behaviour as well as civil society to share their experiences, strengthen linkages and build knowledge on the themes.  This will, in turn, allow for more timely and appropriate organisational interventions and change initiatives.
 
Outcomes of the colloquium will include a documented “road map” capturing the collective sense of opportunities, directions, and next steps.   All research and supplemental information will also be captured in a volume suitable for widespread dissemination in academia, civil society, and government.  This volume will serve as a catalyst for continued thought, discussion and development on these subjects.

Please contact Susan Loucks on susan@hidforum.org for more information. 
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