*Detailed agenda forthcoming*
This workshop will focus on measuring rule of law programs. Program participants will learn and practice applying key skills necessary for measuring effective projects. Course content will focus on how country context and a systems perspective on justice helps develop better program measurement systems. Participants will learn how to build useful indicators that provide valuable information on progress related to program interventions. Participants will become familiar with different programming modalities and understand how to creatively design projects closely linked to the problems they aim to ameliorate. Finally, participants will have opportunities to practice the skills they learn in an interactive measurement system development module.
- Participants will be able to construct a basic project measurement indicator specific to their reform “target,” (institutional, capacity, procedural, etc.) considering identified complexities and assumptions.
- Participants will be able to construct a project design specific to their reform “target,” (institutional, capacity, procedural, etc.) considering identified complexities and assumptions.
- Participant will have developed a refined project design over the course of the workshop.
This event is open to all USG personnel, regardless of hiring mechanism or location. The content will be useful for those engaged in any aspect of rule of law, justice, or anticorruption programming (i.e., working with courts, police, corrections, advisory support, civil society, etc.).
This workshop is offered over four weeks in response to demand for a less concentrated training format. However, the learning content still requires commitment. Each workshop will consist of four 2-hour instructor-led online learning sessions (May 8, May 15, May 22, May 29 each session from 10am-12pm). In between sessions, participants will have homework, including practical application of skills and viewing or completing other workshop content. Inter-session work shouldn’t take more than 1 hour to be completed before the next session. Participants are expected to attend every session and to complete all homework assignments.
For INL staff, successful completion of all assignments and full attendance of this workshop will provide 12 hours of training time. Please contact InfoJUSTRAC@state.gov with any questions about training eligibility or hours.