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Sport and Disability Knowledge Exchange: Webinar 3

Sport and Disability Knowledge Exchange: Webinar 3

The topic of this webinar is "How to monitor and evaluate sport and disability activities."


Fri, 09/21/2018


This interactive webinar (online workshop) will be hosted by inFocus on Friday 21 September 2018 and will explore 'How to monitor and evaluate sport and disability activities'. During the webinar, we look at current practices for the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of sport and disability programmes (& disability programmes more generally), outline specific challenges encountered with M&E by disability focused organisations, and explore potential solutions. 

The webinar will be hosted by Tom Keyte from inFocus Consulting.  Tom will be joined by Amy Finch from Spirit of 2012, who will talk about their experiences in supporting grantees to monitor and evaluate their disability programmes.

Background to the webinar

The webinar is the third in a series of six interactive webinars in 2018 that are bringing together practitioners, funders and researchers working in the global field of S4D and disability to share their experience and insights. Each of the webinars will explore a different topic related to S4D and disability through guided discussions and exercises, with a focus on exploring the commonalities and differences in S4D and disability work around the world. The information generated from the webinars, will be used to develop and refine a new theory of change (ToC) for S4D and Disability, that will be publicly available as a resource in the S4D sector. There is also the potential, to pull together the learning from the six webinars, into a journal article at the end of the year to share learning more widely. You can find out more in our one-page summary here.  

Who can join the webinar?

The webinars are ideal for individuals or organisations working in the field of S4D and disability. To watch back the discussion and debate, please just register to the right and you will be directed to the recording and resources.

 *In this context, S4D is defined as the intentional use of sport, physical activity and play, to attain specific social development/impact objectives. S4D programmes use a particular approach to programmatic design and delivery, and follows a core set of principles that priortise and optimize social objectives over sporting performance outcomes.

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