What does a reimagining of INGOs look like? The RINGO Project has spent 18 months bringing together change-makers worldwide, promoting joint innovation and action to drive the transformation needed in the civil society ecosystem. Join us to discover what we are learning during this process and learn more about our eight prototypes that disrupt our current system and what they mean for the future role of INGOs. We will deep-dive into one of our prototypes: South meets North in Power Shift: A Framework for Effective Participatory Grant-Making. This prototyping team is exploring how participatory grantmaking (PGM) approaches in Kenya and Ghana could enable a deeper shift in power by disrupting the resource flows and forging a new and emergent role for those who provide resources, affecting how they engage with local actors. Deborah Doane (RINGO core team) will be joined by RINGO Lab members Charlotte Timson (Traidcraft Exchange) and Mohammed Awal Alhassan (Norsaac) in this engaging session.
The Partos Innovation Festival unites national and international voices to share innovative ideas, best practices and stories that matter. The festival’s ninth edition focuses on inclusive civic power as a vital force for social change. We’ll meet again for an interactive and uplifting festival, including workshops, keynotes, artists and performances.
This year, you’re able to experience the festival in multiple ways! Join us:
- On October 6 and 7 for various online pre-events
- On October 14 for the festival’s main programme at Pakhuis de Zwijger