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MECIS ECONOMIC JUSTICE
COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE
LEARNING WORKSHOP
WELCOME
MARCH 20, 2014
Page 2
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES
1. To promote peer to peer learning across the
region
2. To develop a strong Economic Justice
C...
Page 3
AGENDA
MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY
SHARING EXPERIENCE
WITHIN THEMES
FIELD VISITS INTEGRATION
& NEXT STEPS
Int...
Page 4
THURSDAY AGENDA: MORNING
9.00 Introduction to Thursday
9.10 Reports from field visits
9.40 Armenia case study:
Meth...
Page 5
THURSDAY AGENDA: AFTERNOON
13.30Next steps: group work: developing CoP
14.15 Next steps: plenary
14.45 Coffee/Tea
1...
Page 6
INTEGRATION GROUP WORK
Thinking of the whole system, please summarise:
1. Models
a) What are the models?
b) What ar...
Page 7
NEXT STEPS GROUP WORK
Please suggest specific and realistic next steps to support the
development of the Community ...
Page 8
EXPECTATIONS: GENERAL
• To learn what others have done
• To learn from colleagues about what worked
and what did no...
Page 9
EXPECTATIONS: SPECIFIC TOPICS
• Challenges faced by others launching
Gendered Enterprise & Markets (GEM)
projects
•...
Page 10
SYSTEMS THINKING
• Popular definition
• Examples from non-MECIS projects:
• Colombia dairy – influencing through s...
Page 11
Enterprise Development
Resilience Building
Innovative
Services
Gender
Influence &
Investment
New Business
Models
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  1. 1. MECIS ECONOMIC JUSTICE COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE LEARNING WORKSHOP WELCOME MARCH 20, 2014
  2. 2. Page 2 WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES 1. To promote peer to peer learning across the region 2. To develop a strong Economic Justice Community of Practice and support structure in the region 3. To enhance the ability of Oxfam and partner organisations to gain greater impact through a systems approach
  3. 3. Page 3 AGENDA MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY SHARING EXPERIENCE WITHIN THEMES FIELD VISITS INTEGRATION & NEXT STEPS Introduction 2 themes Field visits Integration 2 themes 2 themes Field visits Next steps
  4. 4. Page 4 THURSDAY AGENDA: MORNING 9.00 Introduction to Thursday 9.10 Reports from field visits 9.40 Armenia case study: Methodology for assessing vulnerability 10.00 Integration: Introduction 10.15 Integration: Groups – three, self selecting: 1. Innovative Services 2. New Business Models: working with cooperatives 3. Influence: multi-stakeholder forums 11.30 Integration: Plenary (break during groups) 12.30 Lunch
  5. 5. Page 5 THURSDAY AGENDA: AFTERNOON 13.30Next steps: group work: developing CoP 14.15 Next steps: plenary 14.45 Coffee/Tea 15.00 Other themes such as: • Effective partnerships • Monitoring & finance management 16.30 Check actions 16.45 Review workshop – incl evaluation sheet 16.55 Closing words 17.00 Close
  6. 6. Page 6 INTEGRATION GROUP WORK Thinking of the whole system, please summarise: 1. Models a) What are the models? b) What are the key factors that lead you to each model? 2. How can we ensure that poor women are at the centre of this work? 3. What have you learned at this workshop that could be a promising approach in your context? Please select a reporter to record answers on flip charts and to give a summary in the plenary session.
  7. 7. Page 7 NEXT STEPS GROUP WORK Please suggest specific and realistic next steps to support the development of the Community of Practice in MECIS: 1. Capacity a) What are the needs? b) How could capacity be built? c) Who might help build capacity? 2. Support structure a) Organisational roles b) Information technology c) Communications eg the blog, webinars 3. Secondments 4. Offers of help, requests for help 5. What else? Please select a reporter to record answers on flip charts and to give a summary in the plenary session.
  8. 8. Page 8 EXPECTATIONS: GENERAL • To learn what others have done • To learn from colleagues about what worked and what did not work, especially in oPt • To exchange ideas, learning from each other • To reflect on our own initiatives from different perspectives • To understand systems thinking and leveraging – and how they affect theories of change
  9. 9. Page 9 EXPECTATIONS: SPECIFIC TOPICS • Challenges faced by others launching Gendered Enterprise & Markets (GEM) projects • Innovative agricultural service delivery models • Programme implementation by partners • Monitoring & finance management, donor requirements • Motivation for farmers’ cooperation • Implementing gender mainstreaming
  10. 10. Page 10 SYSTEMS THINKING • Popular definition • Examples from non-MECIS projects: • Colombia dairy – influencing through stakeholder forums • Ethiopia Coffee – new business model • Tanzania Sisal – private sector linkage
  11. 11. Page 11 Enterprise Development Resilience Building Innovative Services Gender Influence & Investment New Business Models

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