We will be returning to Cambodia to deliver our Better Development: A Justice Based Approach training in Phnom Penh on 19-21 June 2019 and we would be delighted if you could join us.
United Edge is a social enterprise that supports development, humanitarian and social change professionals like you to challenge broken systems and implement alternative models in their work and life. You can find out more about the training and meet our Founders in this video.
The Justice Based Approach, developed by our Founders and Directors, is a new approach that develops critical thinking and reflection for leadership and programming. Through the training, we will critically challenge and explore many assumptions about methodology and practice in the following areas:
- Strategic Leadership
- Programme Design
- Evidence-based decision making
- Participatory Approaches
- System Analysis
- Privilege and Power
- Rights Based Programming
- Monitoring and Evaluation for Learning
- Ethics and Accountability
You can read much more about the training here, and I have attached a brochure with key information.
We’ve been delighted to have staff from over 200 organisations across the world attend this training. Our participants are a rich mix of large INGOs such as BRAC, ActionAid, Oxfam, CARE, Plan International, Amnesty International, UNICEF, UNFPA, World Vision, as well as national and local NGOs and CSOs. You can read some testimonials here.
We’re proud to offer financial assistance for a limited number of local and national organisations. Please get in contact with me if you would like to find out more. Unfortunately, full bursaries are not available.
We offer a discount of 10% if you book 10+ participants. Several large organisations have attended with 10+ staff and funded/subsidised their grassroots partners and grantees to also attend.
To book your place(s), simply fill out this short online form. Places are limited and get booked up quickly, so I would encourage you to book as soon as possible. We are also running the training in Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Timor Leste, Laos, Myanmar and the UK if any of these would be more convenient for you or your colleagues.