EvalPIC - supports and activities updated

In the context of the current crisis, the Dynamo team continues to offer training and support in evaluation for PIC neighborhoods by adjusting its offer.

Capteurs d’impact : sharing your learning

In place since the fall of 2019, this learning community remains connected and continues to share its questions, recommendations and experiences in the face of current confinement.
In this unstable period, communication and listening with the other PIC communities must be preserved. The next meetings will be held every two weeks, in virtual, via the Zoom platform.

Thursday April 16th, 2020 – from 5.00pm
Thursday April 30th, 2020 – from 5.00pm
Thursday May 14th, 2020 – from 5.00pm
Thursday May 28th, 2020 – from 5.00pm

Thursday June 11th, 2020 – from 5.00pm

To join the Facebook group: Les capteurs d’impact
For any questions, contact Sophie Pétré at spetre@dynamocollectivo.com
More details on the 2019-2020 program

4th collective workshop in evaluation: communication of results

Collective evaluation workshops are practical moments to strengthen the evaluation capacities of people involved in the evaluation of local projects.

Subject : « Communication of results »
Thursday May 7th, 2020 – from 9.30 am to 12.00pm – virtual on Zoom

To register: Atelier collectif en évaluation
For any questions, please contact Étienne Tessier at etessier@dynamocollectivo.com


Personalized support for the 17 neighborhoods supported under the PIC continues.
Virtual meetings are possible for the advancement of the assessment procedures.

For all support requests and questions, please contact:
Caroline Mohr at cmohr@dynamocollectivo.com
Étienne Tessier at etessier@dynamocollectivo.com

Huge success for the first activity of the 2019-2020 EvalPIC program

Forty people gathered at the Chaufferie de l’UQAM with Dynamo to learn more about collective impact, an approach that allows collective action to be envisaged in neighborhoods and to develop collaborative strategies that generate the impact.

The activity was open to all players in Greater Montreal involved in mobilizing their communities. The presence of representatives of neighborhoods supported by the PIC made it possible to meet people’s eyes and enrich the discussions.