This workshop was designed to tackle the robust and complex strategic workshop goals and objectives in a novel way. Participants engaged in a multitude of collaborative work sessions, allowing them to get a better understanding of the PROSPECTS programme as a whole as well of the implications for them on local and regional level.
Its main goal was to serve as a foundational platform for multi-year programme development. Alongside the country programme tams, technical specialists actively participated in the workshop. The connexions created during the workshop between them during the workshop not only strengthened the programme teams, it also set the pace and the foundation for better technical knowledge sharing and stronger multi-year programme development.
The workshop paid attention to both the big picture, such as the relationships with the other PROSPECTS partners on global and regional level and the relationship within ILO.
Objectives of the meeting:
- Strengthening internal communications and coordination across countries, decent work teams and technical branches;
- Sharing of country-level experiences
- Finalising work plans and timelines for Year 1
- Preparing for the transition from Call for Funds to the development of Multi-Annual Country Programmes (MACP)
- Developing a shared knowledge management platform, indicators, M&E processes, reporting and online community of practice
- Ensuring the visibility of the Programme and aligning communication and advocacy efforts
- Establishing shared next steps, priorities, roles and responsibilities.
ILO colleagues join forces to find innovative solutions towards #DecentWork in #ForcedDisplacement— Marina HUMBLOT (@MarinaHumblot) February 3, 2020
📷: Technical specialists and country teams from
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"Statistics are human beings with the tears wiped away"— Marina HUMBLOT (@MarinaHumblot) February 3, 2020
Working to ensure visibility of individuals' stories behind high numbers of displacement
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Sharing experiences and lessons learned from each country. Review and constructive analysis, opportunities and challenges to be addressed in #Ethiopia 🇪🇹#KnowledgeManagement #InternalCommunications— Marina HUMBLOT (@MarinaHumblot) February 4, 2020
Internal Strategy and Planning workshop
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Finalising work plans, timelines and associated budgets with the help of Lego® bricks#VisualThinking— Marina HUMBLOT (@MarinaHumblot) February 4, 2020
Internal Strategy and Planning workshop in Cairo 🇪🇬
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"We have moved a long way from any work to #DecentWork [in forced displacement].— Marina HUMBLOT (@MarinaHumblot) February 6, 2020
ILO's International #LabourStandards should be internalized by all our partners"
🗨️Nicholas Grisewood, Global Programme Manager