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Webinar
2 October 2019, 14:00 - 15:00 BST

Is the juice worth the squeeze?: Insights and applications from norms-informed programming

Organiser:
The Learning Collaborative to Advance Normative Change
Location:
Online

Social norms: What works, how to prove it and how to do more of it (Webinar 1 of 3)

After two years' work, the Learning Collaborative has culminated in the production of three practical resources for norms-shifting intervention implementers on social norms theory, measurement, and scale up. In this webinar series, join the Learning Collaborative as they provide an introduction to these resources and present some of the case studies that translate these products to the real world.

Building on "Social Norms and AYSRH: Building a Bridge from Theory to Program Design", join the Theory community to look at the process of turning theory into practice. What advantage is gained by including social norms in programs? This webinar will feature insight and applications from the real world programs, as well as useful resources for implementers.

Panel:
Ben Cislaghi, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Lori Heise, Johns Hopkins University
Sunita Menon, Breakthrough
Parinita Bhattacharjee, Center for Global Public Health, University of Manitoba

 

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Tags:
Theory