The EEJP - Education Empowerment Justice Programme - end evaluation was completed in the December 2017. Pamodzi Consulting collaborated on this exciting piece with associates Community Works (http://communityworks.com.au/) and independent consultant Sally Cobb (https://www.linkedin.com/in/sally-cobb-924bb950/).
Refer to the Journal Post May 8th for more details of the methodology that was used (http://www.pamodzi.com.au/journal/2017/5/8/end-evaluation-of-amnesty-internationals-education-empowerment-justice-programme-eejp).
The key findings from the participatory evaluation can be found in a summary infographic at https://www.dropbox.com/s/k84e8953ewn25nu/EEJP%20Executive%20Summary%20Infographic%20%20Dec%202017.pdf?dl=0
Sarah was asked to facilitate an end of EEJ Programme workshop in Oslo Norway. Most of the 24 Amnesty International entities that were partners in the EEJP participated in the workshop with staff from Amnesty International's Global Human Rights Education team and Amnesty International Norway. The implications from the findings of programme evaluation were used as the basis for the workshop. Participants generated ideas and recommendations for Amnesty International to take forward at a local (national), regional and global level to help progress and enhance the organisation's strategies and programme activities on human rights education.