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Tuesday, December 1
 

1:00pm CST

Who forgot to add Pandemic to the Logic Model?
Best laid plans often go awry - including program evaluations in the time of COVID-19. As organizations shift or suspend programming, we have to adapt evaluation frameworks and methods, reconsider how we engage evaluation stakeholders, and be able to talk about the changes we’ve made to programs.

Speakers
avatar for Cassandra Montanino

Cassandra Montanino

Planning & Evaluation Facilitator, Health in Common
Cassandra Montanino is an evaluator, facilitator, and social worker (RSW) who leads planning and evaluation projects in the non-profit and public sectors. Cassandra has experience managing evaluation projects, analyzing qualitative and quantitative data, and collaborating with strategic... Read More →
avatar for Erin Huck

Erin Huck

Planning & Evaluation Facilitator, Health in Common
Erin Huck is an evaluator and planner (MCIP, RPP) who’s worked with communities and organizations across Canada in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Erin knows that meaningful client and stakeholder relationships are crucial to gathering and understanding data. She... Read More →


Tuesday December 1, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm CST
 
Wednesday, December 2
 

1:00pm CST

Policy & Advocacy 101: Achieving the Province We Want
How do we work together to advocate for the province we want?  Finding a common agenda, coalition building, and working with government are all essential parts of our efforts to achieve our economic, social, and environmental vision for Manitoba. This is an introductory learning opportunity to learn the ins and outs of policy, why it matters, and how to advocate for change.

Speakers
avatar for Raissa Marks

Raissa Marks

Government Relations Director, The Canadian CED Network (CCEDNet)
Raissa grew up in rural Albert County, New Brunswick. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Environment from McGill University in Montreal, and a Master of Environmental Studies from York University in Toronto, where she specialized in community building, citizen engagement, and education... Read More →
avatar for Michael Barkman

Michael Barkman

Manitoba Public Policy Coordinator, Canadian CED Network
Michael is a life-long Winnipegger, based in Treaty 1 Territory. Michael cares deeply about social, economic, and environmental justice, and believes in collective movements and solutions rooted in the knowledge of local communities. At CCEDNet, Michael’s role focuses on membership... Read More →


Wednesday December 2, 2020 1:00pm - 2:00pm CST
 
Thursday, December 3
 

11:00am CST

Community-Led Safety & Alternatives to the Police
Calls to fund community-led safety solutions have been loud this year. There are strong examples of safety initiatives based in anti-oppression, equity, and CED in our community. This facilitated dialogue and training session will look at what community-based organizations have done to prioritize safety for community members and staff.

Speakers
avatar for West End 24 Hour Safe Space (WE24) staff

West End 24 Hour Safe Space (WE24) staff

Spence Neighbourhood Association
The Spence Neighbourhood Association works with the people of Spence to revitalize and renew their community in the areas of Holistic Housing, Community Connecting, Community Economic Development, Environment and Open Spaces, and Youth & Families. The purpose of the Spence Neighbourhood... Read More →


Thursday December 3, 2020 11:00am - 12:00pm CST
 
Friday, December 4
 

9:00am CST

Screens of Change: Why Organizing Online Matters for our Movements (and how to do it the right way)
Drawing on current examples in our community and across the country, this session examines the role of online campaigning and digital organizing in effective change-making initiatives.  It presents tools and approaches for engaging and mobilizing people around political issues and movements. Participants will develop their understanding of the principles and best practices that lead to effective online organizing and the incorporation of digital components into broader grassroots and community efforts.

Speakers
avatar for Joseph Wasylycia-Leis

Joseph Wasylycia-Leis

Campus Sustainability Coordinator, University of Winnipeg
Joseph (or Joe) is an experienced activist and community organizer who has been advocating for social and environmental justice at the local and national level for many years. He graduated from the University of Waterloo with a Masters in Environment and Resource Studies. Since then... Read More →


Friday December 4, 2020 9:00am - 10:00am CST