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Wednesday September 23 2015

Wednesday September 23 2015

Guiding Questions: (where do we go) What does this all mean for the future of our programming? How can we continue to stay connected and learn from each other? How can we bring learning back to our offices?

TIME

SESSION DETAILS

OBJECTIVES

8:30-9:00

Coffee and Tea

 

9:00-9:15

9:15 – 9:30

9:30-9:45

Welcome to Third Day: Claude Saint-Pierre Oxfam Quebec

Top Posters discussed

Recap Day Three

 

Session 7

 9:45 am – 1:00pm

Session 7

Part I

9:45-11:30am

Third Plenary Session:

 

Key Framing Session: What do know and where should we go?

-          What we know about preventing VAWG/GBV and where we need to go with future programming?

 

Chair: Kwezilomso Mbandazayo

 

Panelist:

  1. Lisa Vetten (honorary research associate of the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WiSER)
  2. Dr. Diana Majury (Professor, Carleton University)
  3. Dr. Abul Hossain (Project Director of Multi-Sectoral Programme on Violence Against Women of the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs)
  4. Wanelisa Xaba (South African Young Feminist Activists)

 

This session will focus on synthesizing the evidence and learning on changing attitudes, norms and behaviours to end VAWG/GBV.  With an aim at being thought-provoking, panelists will provide interesting and innovative ideas on where we can go in future programming in this area.  Panelists will present for 1 hour and we will have 30 minutes for questions and answers.

 

 

11:30-11:45 am

 

Coffee Break

During the coffee break you are encouraged to vote for a poster you would like to know more about, check out the resource library, and share your thoughts on the Ideas wall. Also why not do a video interview about a few key learnings!

Session 7

Part II

11:45-1:00pm

 

 Discussing and deepening our learning from the morning.

 

Table Leads will include:

 

  • Irene Muñoz (OI) (Spanish)
  • Rita Soares Pinto (OGB) (French)
  • Julie Thekkudan (OIN) (English
  • Carmen Renoso (ON) (Spanish)
  • Michael Arnaud (OQ) ( French)
  • Anna Trembath (OAU) (English)
  • Laurie Adams (OGB) (English) 

 

Knowledge Hub Support Person: Christine Hughes (christine.hughes@oxfam.ca

 

Let’s discuss what we learned from the Third Plenary!

 

We will break up into tables and capture ideas and deepen learning from the morning session.  The key objective here is to continue to explore where Oxfam could go in VAWG/GBV prevention programs that focus on changing negative attitude, norm and behaviour change that perpetuate VAWG/GBV and deepen our learning from the morning session.

 

1:00- 2:00pm

Lunch

During lunch you are encouraged to vote for a poster you would like to know more about, check out the resource library, and share your thoughts on the Ideas Wall.

Also why not do a video interview about a few key learnings!

Session 8

2pm-4:45pm

Session 8 Part I

2:00-3:00pm

Think Tanks related to the topic above mainly led by KH staff in collaboration with others

  1. Moving forward: Deepening our Theory of Change for our VAWG Global Program (lead by Laura Haylock)
  2. Refining the Theory of Change for the VAWG WIN Campaign (Lead by Christine Hughes)
  3. Staying connected through the digital platform (Lead Anja Kessler)
  4. Moving forward within Oxfam with the political economy of VAWG (Lead by Rukia)
  5. Promoting Gender Equality and attitude, norm and behaviour change in humanitarian settings (Lead by Julie Lafrenière)

 

This Think Tank session will discuss ways we are currently moving forward with integrating ANB change into our VAWG/GBV programs collectively and/or how we can stay connected with each other.

 

As a reminder to colleagues leading Think Tanks, you will share briefly about your program, present your current challenge that you are having related to changing attitudes norms and behaviours that perpetuate VAWG/GBV, and have the opportunity to have colleagues discuss, reflect and brainstorm potential ways forward.  Session leads will be asked to facilitate think tank sessions twice for two different groups.

 

Participants will select their first think tank for 30 minutes and then rotate to a second think tank for 30 minutes.

3:00-3:15pm

Coffee Break

During the coffee break you are encouraged to vote for a poster you would like to know more about, check out the resource library, and share your thoughts on the Ideas wall. Also why not do a video interview about a few key learnings!

Session 8

Part II

3:15-4:45pm

Where do we go from here?  How do we bring this learning back to our country offices and our programs?

This closing session will help us bring together the key learning from the Power to Prevent and brainstorm ideas of how we can use this learning directly in our programming.  It will also discuss how we can share with colleagues who are unable to attend but keen to learn more on the topic .

(facilitated by Rukia and Sheelagh) 

 

4:45-5:00 pm

Thank you from Caroline Marrs, on behalf of Oxfam’s Knowledge Hub on VAWG/GBV

 

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