NOTE: This workshop is intended for a USG audience.
This workshop will focus on the development of rule of law interventions. Program participants will learn and practice applying key skills necessary for development of strong, meaningful, and effective projects. Course content will focus on understanding country context and justice systems from an interdependent perspective to help participants develop better programming decisions. Participants will learn several problem-solving tools to help them hone more effective interventions. Participants will become familiar with different programming modalities and understand how to creatively design projects closely linked to the problems they aim to ameliorate. Finally, participants will have opportunities to practice the skills they learn in an interactive program development module.
The program will occur over three days; participants will learn through a mix of interactive lecture, practical hypothetical exercises, office hours, and small-group discussion of a sample project developed by the participant. The course is limited to 25 participants to promote interaction. The course involves a moderate amount of work outside of instructor-led sessions and, in registering, participants are agreeing to attend all sessions and to complete assignments, including the preparation of a program design.
While this program builds on the skills learned in ROLC’s Country Analysis Workshop, it can also be taken as a stand-alone workshop. Those considering participation are encouraged to take the Country Analysis Workshop first.