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Feb'17

KP Webinar
Webinar Series: Your Story, Our Headline: Learning How to Tell Your Story – Part 2

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    February 21, 2017, 10-11:30am (EST) Part 2: The Art of Storytelling In Part 1 of this Storytelling series, we briefly talked about how and why our brains love a good story. Whether the goal of your story is to communicate internally, share your work within your institution, or give a voice to your community, there are a number of different elements that need to be pieced together to create a well-constructed and engaging narrative. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, and there is ...

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    Nov'16

    KP Webinar
    Citizen Advocacy for Accountability in Health

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      November 29, 2017                                     A webinar sponsored by the Advocacy Accelerator and The GPSA Knowledge Platform    About the Webinar Political leaders in the Global South are increasingly committing domestic resources and policy support to improve the health of their citizens. This trend is likely to accelerate in the years ahead. However, those commitments are not always realized or can be uneven in their reach and ...

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      Nov'16

      KP Webinar
      Webinar Series: Your Story, Our Headline: Learning How to Tell Your Story – Part 1

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        January 18, 2017, 10:00 am EST Webinar Series: Your Story, Our Headline: Learning How to Tell Your Story – Part 1 from FundarMexico on Vimeo. Part 1: An Introduction to Storytelling For millennia, storytelling has been one of the most powerful ways to shape collective cultures, evoke emotion, teach morals, educate, or inspire action. Who can forget the story of Theseus and the Minotaur? Or how Odysseus conceived the plan to leave a huge wooden horse outside the gates of ...

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        Sep'16

        KP WebinarSocial accountability in the WASH sector – collaboration and momentum from the World Water Week at Stockholm

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          Wednesday September 14th, 2016, 10:00 am EDT     About the Webinar This webinar will be presented by Louisa Gosling from WaterAid, Nick Hepworth from Water Witness International and Pendo Hyera from Shahidi wa Maji. At the SIWI World Water Week in Stockholm, a number of organizations came together in a session to share experiences on social accountability (SAcc). They used this opportunity to identify some common areas to work on and continue to share and learn from each other ...

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          Aug'16

          KP Webinar
          Reframing public finance: Promoting justice, democracy and human rights in government budgets

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            Wednesday August 31st, 2016, 10:00 am EDT   About the Webinar Government budgets affect people’s lives in many different ways. Budget policies – e.g. decisions on how a government taxes, borrows and spends – have a deep impact on economic performance, income distribution and service delivery. And budget processes – the formal and informal norms and institutions within which such decisions are taken – largely determine who benefits and who loses from them. Yet, decision-making around public finance and budgets ...

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