TUESDAY, OCT 17 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 PM CST
ONLINE, Free (registration required to gain access) - Register here
What's New in Results-Based Management: An Insider's Perspective from Global Affairs Canada
*Please note this webinar will be facilitated in English with simultaneous French interpretation. The facilitator will be happy to receive questions in French.
The webinar will present new developments in Results-Based Management from the perspective of Global Affairs Canada. This timely webinar will be facilitated by Lucas Ladurantaye, Acting Deputy Director of the Results-Based Management Centre of Excellence (RBMCE) at Global Affairs Canada. Lucas will go in-depth over new developments that will impact organizations planning to apply for Global Affairs Canada funding, including how to navigate the application process, as well as the funder's expectations.
In this webinar, participants will learn how to:
- Effectively apply for Global Affairs Canada funding;
- Manage international assistance projects, and;
- Report on results.
Important Documents & Guides:
Participants should refer to the following documents and links to help prepare them for the webinar:
- Results-Based Management for International Assistance Programming at Global Affairs Canada: A How-to Guide
- Results-Based Management – Guidance – Tip Sheets and Checklists
Questions: Registrants are encouraged to send their questions ahead of time to firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Facilitator:
Lucas Ladurantaye, Acting Deputy Director
Results-Based Management Centre of Excellence, Global Affairs Canada
Lucas and the team at the RBMCE are responsible for developing policy, methodology and guidance for RBM at Global Affairs Canada. Lucas is responsible for ensuring that RBM is applied consistently and effectively across the Department’s International Assistance Funding Envelope, worth more than $3 billion. As a part of GAC’s International Assistance Operations Bureau, Lucas is also involved in operationalizing Canada’s new Feminist International Assistance Policy as well as implementing the recommendations from the 2016 International Assistance Review.
The #ICNEngage Webinar Series provides timely, bilingual, on-line learning opportunities for international cooperation and community development organizations across Canada. Organized by the Inter-Council Network, a coalition of eight provincial and regional councils for international cooperation, of which SCIC is an active member.