Warwick Workshop 4Wednesday, 21 February, 4:15 PM
Using your food systems knowledge you will explore the widely used 'Theory of Change' and learn how it can be applied to food systems. We will have a guest speaker who will share their experience of changing the food system for the better. (Speaker TBC).
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IFSTAL Workshop 4Thursday, 22 February, 5:00 PM
IFSTAL Workshop 4 – Shaping Change and Developing Solutions
This workshop will introduce a method which is commonly used in organisations seeking to make and evaluate change – Theory of Change. This framework, while not widely used in academic research, is often used in the NGO and government sectors. Workshop 4 builds on Workshops 1-3, consolidates your learning from Unit 4 on the portal and provides a useful framework to practice and critique. During the workshop participants will have a chance to practice the method by applying the framework to a food systems context.
Workshop Learning Outcomes:
Have applied and used Theory of Change framework to examine a food systems intervention
Have critically evaluated Theory of Change framework, identifying strengths and weaknesses
Have used a systems approach to suggest improvements
Worked in a multi-disciplinary team
The same workshop will be hosted at each location below.
Wednesday 21st February 2018
Thursday 22nd February 2018
Oxford University -
Reading University - 1L04, Agriculture Building @ 6-7:30 pm
London - Room BLG07 in Drysdale Building, City, University of London @ 5-7 pm
Away Day: Working together to effect changeSaturday, 3 March, 12:00 AM
When: Saturday 3rd March 2018
Where: Rooms 1.005/1.006, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick
Away Days are IFSTAL-exclusive face to face whole-day events held at one of the collaborating institutions twice per academic year. We bring together 30 lucky IFSTAL participants on a Saturday to bolster their employability skills, meet IFSTAL participants from the other institutions, and work together on a food systems related task. We also invite workplace speakers to talk about their roles in the food system and their career pathways, and give you an opportunity to speak with them in smaller groups. Our Away Days are always great fun, and a fantastic way to meet your future friends, colleagues and employers, in an informal and inspiring environment.
Places will be limited to a maximum of 30. We will reimburse travel expenses, with the assumption that people will be travelling from the location of their institution.
IFSTAL WebinarTuesday, 13 March, 1:00 PM
Speakers: Rosemary Collier, University of Warwick and
John Ingram, University of Oxford