We support universities and institutions through strategic planning processes, program development and course creation to enable radically inclusive structures, systems and projects.
We support organisations and practitioners with practical resources and steps to codesign programmes, policies and research rooted in social just, decolonial and equity-based design thinking
We support organisations, practitioners and students design participatory action research, consultacies rooted in visual, audio and participatory storytelling practices
We provide one-to-one and group coaching for practitioners looking for tailored and personalised support for equity-centred programmes and action-orientated research
Online Courses Launching in 2022
Here at Equity-Based EIE Consulting, we facilitate learning that enables participants to design equity-driven interventions. Our courses are more than just courses, they are community spaces, collaboration hubs and learning labs. Through our innovative facilitation methods, participants complete our programmes with new models for programmatic design, action-orientated research routed in equity-based design thinking principles, socially-just theories and radically inclusive principles.
1) Shifting the Power: How to Design Equity-Based Programmes, Research and Evaluations.
Group Membership - Next intake January 2022: Register Your Interest HERE
This is our signature course. If through your work or studies you have a role in designing programmes, evaluations or conducting research, then this is the course for you! Over 6 weeks, you will join a global learning experience accessing lectures, tools, and resources to embed practical, equity-based design thinking, decolonial, and socially- just methods to your work. Our sessions are based on collaborative learning methodologies and many of our guest speakers have lived experience of being recipients of aid.
You will have the opportunity to join a closed community of practice group to share resources, questions, have access to webinars by specialists in the field, and network.
Who should attend:
Postgraduate/Undergraduate students, academics, INGOs, Community-based organisations
Scholarships and partial fee waivers are available
2) Introduction to Critical Participatory Action Research
Next Intake : March 2022
This e-learning course introduces participants to critical participatory action research as a research method, and the tools and resources to facilitate community-based research projects, rooted in Participatory Action Research methods. This is the course for you if you want to learn how to design and deliver equity-based research that challenges traditional extractive knowledge production practices and enable researchers/practitioners to design research with and for communities.
Who should attend:
Practitioners, Postgraduate and Undergraduate students, INGOs.