Acting Locally: Citizen Participation for Resilient Institutions
The course focuses on examining and promoting community-based M&E mechanisms and gender-balanced citizen participation to “Ensure responsive, inclusive, participatory and representative decision-making at all levels” (SDG 16.7). Experts from the UN and Academia will discuss the theoretical framework and innovative examples from different countries on how participatory practices help build more resilient institutions and how they contribute to a more effective service delivery at the local level. Participants will gain practical tools and skills to promote models of Community Based Monitoring and Evaluation, and Citizen Participation.
The course will enhance participant skills in:
- Analysing and Promoting local government engagement in different models of Community Based Monitoring and Evaluation;
Learning from and sharing experiences and mechanisms of citizen engagement and community participation from different countries;
- Identifying suitable mechanisms for improving gender balance in citizen engagement, and tools for gender responsive participation;
- Developing an action plan for the application of learning.
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