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Risk Management in Rule of Law Projects

Date: 
27 Jan 2022 - 10:00am
Host: 
Advocates for International Development

This free interactive training webinar is designed to equip legal and judicial specialists with an overall understanding of risk and why it is important in international development projects. With the use of a practical case study, it sets out some simple yet effective methods for assessing and mitigating the three categories of risk, applying at all times the Do No Harm Principle. It covers the four key phases of risk management - analysing the context, identifying...

Equality Mainstreaming

Date: 
17 Feb 2022 - 9:30am
Host: 
Advocates for International Development

Too often, policies that aim to strengthen the rule of law only widen equality gaps and further marginalise oppressed groups because the needs of all are not fully considered. This workshop aims to help those working on rule of law programmes to better understand how equality can be mainstreamed into every stage of programming, from design to adaptation.

It is informed by A4ID’s ROLE UK Programme’s work with legal and judicial...

Doing Pro Bono the International Development Way - Part 1

Date: 
17 Mar 2022 - 9:30am
Host: 
Advocates for International Development

A two-part interactive virtual workshop, “Doing Pro Bono the International Development Way” will use practical case studies to introduce participants to tools for the planning, delivery and monitoring of legal technical assistance in a development context. These tools, widely used in the development sector, include political-economy analysis, developing a theory of change, the COM-B model and universal questions for monitoring and evaluation. Together the tools...

Doing Pro Bono the International Development Way - Part 2

Date: 
14 Apr 2022 - 9:30am
Host: 
Advocates for International Development

A two-part interactive virtual workshop, “Doing Pro Bono the International Development Way” will use practical case studies to introduce participants to tools for the planning, delivery and monitoring of legal technical assistance in a development context. These tools, widely used in the development sector, include political-economy analysis, developing a theory of change, the COM-B model and universal questions for monitoring and evaluation. Together the tools...

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