Evaluation Report for Early-Career Professionals Workshop Series

UNU-IIGH ed. Evaluation Report for Early-Career Professionals Workshop Series 2020-10-14 Kuala Lumpur, malaysia. Kuala Lumpur, malaysia: UNU-IIGH, 2021.

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    Author UNU-IIGH
    Title of Event Evaluation Report for Early-Career Professionals Workshop Series
    Date of Event 2020-10-14
    Place of Event Kuala Lumpur, malaysia
    Organizer UNU-IIGH
    Lancaster University
    Publication Date 2021-08
    Place of Publication Kuala Lumpur, malaysia
    Publisher UNU-IIGH
    Pages 10
    Language eng
    Abstract As part of UNU-IIGH's initiative to strengthen capacity around local decision-making and translate evidence into policy, in the year 2020, UNU-IIGH collaborated with Lancaster University on a series of workshops for early-career professionals. The first instalment of the virtual workshop series, titled 'Research to Policy', was held on 14 October 2020 to provide insights into the stakeholder engagement process. This workshop aimed to provide an overview of how to collaborate with stakeholders across sectors and identify potential stakeholders and strategies for engagement. The second instalment of the workshop series was held on 18 November 2020, focusing on 'The Art of Storytelling for Influencing Policy'. The main objectives of this workshop were: 1) to understand the definition of stories and the importance of storytelling for decision-making; 2) to understand how to create stories (who is the audience, what are the key narrative components), and 3) to practice scripted, oral, and visual storytelling.
    Keyword Early career professionals
    Global health
    Storytelling
    Research
    Policy
    Copyright Holder Authors
    Copyright Year 2021
    Copyright type Creative commons
    DOI 10.37941/XWRQ8041
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