Case Studies and Project Design Activity

Case Studies and Project Design Activity

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      April 29, 2021, 1:54 pm

      Aim: to disrupts essentialist representations of the Global South as a place of permanent crisis by attempting to re-imagine spaces of post-conflict violence in Liberia as simultaneously being communities of love weaving dignity into our understanding of violence in conflict-affected spaces.

      • To provide a better understanding of the tensions between international and national investment aimed at addressing post-conflict violence and gender equality in Liberia
      • To develop a deeper understanding of the global politics of intervention, violence, and love in post-conflict environments, through an exploration of post-war Liberia, as a means to promote best practice in gender equality, peace and justice policy and programming
      • To use participatory research design and methods, rooted in the narratives of community members, particularly women survivors of conflict related violence, to develop practical tools to encourage and support the use of alternative program design and evaluation methods such as Appreciative Inquiry in Liberia

      6 training workshops and 3 group meetings
      6 community engagement events
      Local, national and UK exhibits

    • Maureen Seguin

      April 29, 2021, 2:51 pm

      The aim of the project is to take advantage of the ‘natural experiment’ presented by the implementation of the selective licensing scheme in the London Borough of Hackney to conduct a three-pronged evaluation consisting of an (1) impact evaluation, (2) process evaluation, and (3) economic evaluation.

      Objectives for the process evaluation are to assess: a. Implementation data focused on inspections, home improvements required, compliance, enforcement, and vulnerable tenants, b. The development and implementation of the scheme, as well as the values underpinning it, c. Landlords’ views of and compliance with the scheme, and d. Tenants’ views of and experiences with the scheme.

      Outputs include publications in high-impact journals, conference presentations, and a photography exhibition including a launch event with tenants, policy makers and interested stakeholders attending.

    • Sonia Rego

      April 29, 2021, 4:43 pm

      to work with treatment providers in Colombia, India, Tanzania, and Uganda by using participatory action to share how they see their role in their communities, by constructing a series of photos that highlight their role- as they see themselves, and how others perceive them


      1. To enable treatment providers to record and reflect their strengths and concerns

      2. To promote critical dialogue and knowledge about treatment providers for both animal and human health through individual interviews or small group discussion of photographs

      3. To reach policymakers and decision makers through humanising a complex global issue- antimicrobial resistance.


      [#] training workshops
      [#] group discussions
      other outputs not yet determined

    • Avi Ratnayake

      April 30, 2021, 12:51 am

      AIM: to further raise awareness surrounding life in Direct Provision(and its successor)

      -to support people in finding/developing skills a creative outlet in photography or related media
      -to help those in social isolation and foster a cultural exchange
      -to raise awareness in the host community
      -through photography, to increase computer literacy levels in some members

      -training workshops on image making/visual literacy —> computer literacy
      -group activities
      -online platform – /exhibition

    • Steven Cutts

      April 30, 2021, 2:37 am


      To engage community members who have withdrawn from formal education and training to develop new skills and explore avenues of creativity.


      The project’s objective is to help participants own the narratives and authorship of their lives and community, through the photographic medium with the focus on ongoing development, building visual literacy and confidence.


      Group workshops
      Photographic and visual activities with a scaffolded approach to the learning
      Option of oral history and storytelling programs with the community.
      Public art installation + website
      Creation of community photo collective.

    • Pwint

      April 30, 2021, 6:29 am


      Developing the communication with communities aiming to behavioural change approach to ensure having sustainable participation, accountability by mobilization and community engaging by stakeholders
      To analyse the future WASH activities as service providers and to reflect and review for the future

      To strengthen CwC in WASH services provided and to analyse and reflect the progress and status and feedbacks based on the complaints

      -Group activities
      -Community consultation
      -Sharing session
      -Community participation campaigns
      -Setting up Complaint Response & Feedback Mechanism
      -Case studies
      -Focus Group Discussion
      – Community Engagement sessions

    • Natalie Hunfalvay

      April 30, 2021, 8:47 am

      Aim: To give the young people of our LGA an opportunity to engage in their local community, connect with peers, have their voices heard about issues important to them, all while learning new skills in photography.

      – To reduce isolation in marginalised young people
      – To provide new opportunities in an area of interest
      – To learn new skills in photography and visual literacy

      – 6 Training Workshops
      – An online hub
      – An exhibition in their youth space

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