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1 2012 Survey report by Richard Polacek, Independent advisor for ILGA Europe ILGA-Europe, Annual Conference, Dublin, October 2012 Evaluation of current & past capacity building activities of ILGA-Europe 1

2 1. Profile of participants 54 valid responses 2

3 1. Profile of participants 3 High percentage of participation amongst membership (15%) The profile of respondents varies considerably: membership /target groups, paid staff, volunteers, budget Recruitment of volunteers - community engagement Common terminology and understanding of activities betw. members & ILGA-Europe.

4 1. Profile of participants 4 Main activities undertaken

5 2. Evaluating current & past activities 5 Participation in IE capacity building activities

6 2. Evaluating current & past activities 6 Participation in IE capacity building activities

7 2. Evaluating current & past activities 7

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9 9 Overall quite positive evaluation of current & past capacity building activities Critical points: How to better respond to members needs ? How can members better apply what they have learned? Other questions: who is trained? staff/board?

10 3. Current & future capacity building needs 10 Capacity building needs

11 3. Current & future capacity building needs 11

12 3. Current & future capacity building needs 12 Capacity building needs- thematic fields - by region

13 4. Involvements of members in IEs future work on capacity building 13

14 4. Involvements of members in IEs future work on capacity building 14

15 4. Involvements of members in IEs future work on capacity building 15

16 4. Involvements of members in IEs future work on capacity building 16 What members can contribute: Exchange information, translate Knowledge of a specific local or regional context Site visit option for study visits for organisations Share experience(s) through short talks in meetings or other events; share best practices, lessons learned; provide targeted support; training seminars; organise thematic conference on the following themes: human rights; lobbying and policy making; campaigning and press work; research; trans issues; bisexuality; elder LGBTI; immigrant LGBTI; religion and LGBTI, … Establish partnership and networking Contribute to capacity building plans of organisations Make available location and infrastructure for small groups

17 Next steps… fine-tuning 17 WHY is it important for you to share? WHAT would you like to share? HOW can you best learn from each other? HOW can sharing be organised and structured? WHAT do you as members consider to be your own responsibility?

18 Thank you for your attention! 18 Richard POLÁ Č EK Independent advisor for social policies Czech Republic + 420 77 50 96 172 Email: richard.polacek@yahoo.fr


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