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Development Practitioners. Conclusions of the meeting of strategic planning for 2th semester NY 7 th december 2011. Conclusions: Goals & activities. Influence the SIPA curriculum lobbying certain topic to be included in the EPD classes. Foster the

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Development practitioners

Development Practitioners

Conclusions of the meeting of strategic planning for 2th semester

NY 7thdecember 2011.


Conclusions goals activities

Conclusions: Goals & activities

Influencethe SIPA curriculumlobbyingcertaintopictobeincluded in the EPD classes

Foster the

diversity of students in SIPA, highlightingthelack of studentsfromcertaincontinents and takingactionstochange

it

Formal Education

Sessionsto

explore about a

topic, with a

papertoread

and a debate

Work as a consultantgroup in collaborationwithprojects and organizations

Informal Education

Actionsthatpursuetogeneratestructuralchanges in SIPA: curriculum, grants, recruitement, etc

ThinkTank

Actionsthatpursuetheformation of themembers of thegroupbyactivitiesout of the formal SIPA curriculum: meetings, brownbag

luches, panels, etc

Becomeanorganization of referenceforourknowledgeaboutdevelopment and stablishingcolaborationwithotherprojects and organizations

Brownbag lunch withprofessors and developmentprofesionals

Developmentpractitioners

1. Coreprinciples

Group of SIPA studentsinterested in effectivepractices in development

2. Groupgoals

3. Groupactivities


Conclusions timeline

Conclusions: Timeline

Foster the

diversity of students in SIPA, highlightingthelack of studentsfromcertaincontinents and takingactionstochange

it

1st Semester

2nd Semester

Formal Education

Sessionsto

explore about a

topic, with a

papertoread

and a debate

Sessionsto

explore about a

topic, with a

papertoread

and a debate

Informal Education

Informal Education

Actionsthatpursuetogeneratestructuralchanges in SIPA: curriculum, grants, recruitement, etc

Actionsthatpursuetheformation of themembers of thegroupbyactivitiesout of the formal SIPA curriculum: meetings, brownbag

luches, panels, etc

Actionsthatpursuetheformation of themembers of thegroupbyactivitiesout of the formal SIPA curriculum: meetings, brownbag

luches, panels, etc

Brownbag lunch withprofessors and developmentprofesionals


Conclusions roles of the group

Conclusions: Roles of the group

She can eat at any time of the day or the night

He has been in more countries than his age

He has a very large family which has shaped him more than he thinks he knows

She was used to be called

Yolk-Mary by clowns

in parties when she

was a child

She used to play ultimate Frisbee and she really like Tracy Morgan

His dog is called Watson

She wanted to become an astronaut when she was a child

My sister and my dog…


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