We are pleased to announce the first Building with Bamboo shared learning panel, Resilience: From Research to Practice. The panel will take place on 21st June at 13:00-14:30 UTC (14:00-15:30 UK). Building with Bamboo is an international learning project exploring resilience-based approaches to working with street-connected children who are exposed to sexual abuse and sexual exploitation. The project builds on findings from Oak Foundation’s Bamboo research initiative and is led by CSC in collaboration with three organisations from the CSC network.
Resilience: From Research to Practice
In this shared learning panel we will be expanding on our first learning update, which presents the findings from our first Learning Cycle. We will be sharing what has worked and what hasn’t worked, and how we will be adapting our approach in the second Learning Cycle. There will be a particular emphasis on how our learnings and our learning process can inform your own work with street-connected children. There will be time for discussion and the opportunity to continue the conversation afterwards on our online Community of Practice and Learning.
The panel will consist of the Building with Bamboo team: Project Manager Sian Wynne from the Consortium for Street Children; Evaluation Consultant Dr Ruth Edmonds from Keep Your Shoes Dirty; and our three Resilience Champions, Alfred from S.A.L.V.E. International in Uganda, Martha from JUCONI Ecuador, and Krishna from CWISH Nepal.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. To register, please click here.
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