Creating Change for All: Examining the Theory of Change in Accra

Creating Change for All: Examining the Theory of Change in Accra

By Eva Steketee, Oxford Summer Field Researcher How can we make change happen? It may seem like a big question, but this is what all Generations For Peace (GFP) Delegates ask themselves before starting any programme. In technical terms, we call it the ‘Theory of...
#IDSDP: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

#IDSDP: International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

Generations For Peace would like to wish you a very happy International Day of Sport for Development and Peace! What is IDSDP you ask? Well let us tell you. On 23 August 2013, the United Nations General Assembly approved the establishment of an International Day of...
Measuring Change: Outcomes, Impacts, and Indicators

Measuring Change: Outcomes, Impacts, and Indicators

How do you know a change is occurring? This was the question that Delegates set out to answer on Day Four of Sochi Camp 2014. Because Generations For Peace believes that tracking change is a crucial part of any intervention, the day focused on helping Delegates grasp...
Art For Peace’s Sake

Art For Peace’s Sake

At the conclusion of the session on “Theory of Change”, Pioneer Facilitator Hanaa Juma transitioned the Delegates into a discussion on target groups (the individuals who benefit directly from GFP programmes). This session was highly interactive and saw the Delegates...
Developing Ideas: Theories of Change

Developing Ideas: Theories of Change

Delegates returned bright and early to Day Three of Sochi Camp 2014, ready for a day filled with both theoretical content and practical application. The morning focused around developing the ideas behind their programme and practising how to work with different Target...