Events Calendar

Below is a calendar of upcoming NGO community events organized by InterAction, its members, or partners. Events are searchable by date, issue, and type. If you would like to post an event to the calendar, contact us for more information.

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Upcoming EVENTS

E.g., Feb 23, 2018
E.g., Feb 23, 2018
Tuesday, February 27, 2018 to Friday, March 2, 2018
At some point in your career you have been asked or you will be asked to faciliate a group discussion or learning event. This might be something as simple as leading a staff meeting or as challenging as designing and facilitating a multi-day strategic planning process. This unique, highly participatory, four-day workshop will help you become a better, more inclusive leader; one who promotes new...
Saturday, March 3, 2018
Have you ever been told you need to integrate “gender considerations” into your work, nodded and wondered what the heck that meant? Or, perhaps you’ve heard that women are essential to peace and security – but you’re afraid to ask why? Navigating requirements related to gender analysis can be confusing – and overwhelming. This course will walk you through the basic terminology and concepts and...
Saturday, March 24, 2018
Have you ever wondered what impact your work will have? Setting clear goals and outcomes for your project and identifying the right indicators to measure your progress will enable you to have a much more specific idea of what your project can achieve. This course will teach you the essentials for designing results-based projects so that you can show your colleagues, partners, donors and...
Friday, April 13, 2018 to Saturday, April 14, 2018
Non-state actors can focus entirely on finding pathways to end violence and build peace rather than advancing narrow national interests or government policies. Official negotiations are the responsibility of government representatives, but non-state actors can facilitate the process and explore options beyond the normal frameworks. However, they must earn trust and credibility with the...

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