Why storytelling? Storytelling focuses on both individual and collective experience. It is an effective, culturally appropriate approach to program evaluation.
Storytelling relies on people to make sense of their own experiences and environments.
Stories help to understand outcomes, based on a series of contextual factors.
Storytelling values and respects diverse ways of knowing and learning.
Stories can be used alongside statistics and surveys, and helps you figure out what’s working, what’s not, and why.
Stories speak to a broad audience and enables communication with a larger community. It highlights the importance of your program while also showcasing your accomplishments.
What will participants learn?
How to gather stories through story circles, interviews, participatory mediums, etc.
Document stories through pictures, writing, visualizations, scrapbooking, story-quilting, case studies and vignettes
Ways to tell systemic stories, collective success stories (Public Narratives), out of the box storytelling (Innovative Formats) and games for change
Tips for gathering and organising stories
Using story telling for social change and evaluation
Ethics of storytelling
Who should attend?
NGOs, Social Enterprises, Corporates, Students
20th May, 2017 – 10:00am to 04:00pm Of10, Ground Floor, Prudential Building, Central Avenue, Hiranandani Gardens, Powai
How to apply?
Applications open till 16th May, 2017
Who are the hosts?
4th Wheel Social Impact (4WSI) is social enterprise working towards strengthening social programs in India. Main services of the organization include collecting and tracking baseline data, promoting Communication for Development (Come4Dev), designing and implementing impact evaluation frameworks and building capacities of social sector professionals.
What is the cost? Rs. 1500/- per participant (includes material, lunch, snacks)
EventsHigh Specials, collecting, scrapbooking, statistics, social enterprise, communication, social impact, success stories, social change, games for change, storytelling, literature, arts and culture,