Use design thinking to develop a deeper understanding of the challenges facing the communities you serve, and create solutions that are empowering, gender-focused, and culturally-responsive.
From developing an effective evaluation plan to visualizing the evaluation findings, build your capacity to create simple or complex evaluations that meet at the intersections of evaluation theory and research with on-the-ground practice.
Develop an anti-oppressive process to strengthen your staff and board, strategically identifying your goals and processes, and incorporate radical self care for your staff to do their best work.
Introduce your school, organization, agency, or community group to a variety of topics, including Reproductive Justice, youth-adult partnerships, racial equity, feminism, radical self care, and more.
April 7-9, 2017 | Amherst, MA
From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom
Host– Civil Liberties and Public Policy (Hampshire College)
Nicole’s Role– Presenter, “The Revolution Starts with Me!: Recipes, Remedies, Rituals, and Resources for Activist Self Care” and “Social Workers for Reproductive Justice”
April 18, 2017 | New York, NY
Social Work in the City: Challenges, Uncertainty and New Opportunities
Host– National Association of Social Workers-New York City Chapter
Nicole’s Role– Presenter, “Reproductive Justice as a Social Work Value”
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