WLP's 2018 Transnational Partnership Convening

An annual strategic meeting for cross-partnership collaboration

Event Details

  • Time

    10:00am

  • Date

    29 Oct, 2018

  • Location

    • Bolger Center
    • Potomac, Maryland
  • Contact

    : WLP

WLP hosts an annual, week-long strategic planning event and celebration that is attended by the directors of all of our partner organizations, our Board of Directors, and members of our Advisory Council. At our Transnational Partners Convenings, or TPCs, the entire organization participates in monitoring, evaluation, and learning processes that allow us to assess our impact, review our best practices, and commit the Partnership to campaigns and new organizational directions.

During the week, we discuss updates to our strategic planning, test new curriculum, participate in capacity building workshops, and engage in the Partnership’s newest mechanisms and practices for monitoring and evaluating our impact. Our TPC gatherings frequently lead to new advocacy initiatives and help to build momentum for our global advocacy campaigns.

WLP TPC 2017
WLP Executive Director Lina Abou-Habib leads a session during the 2017 TPC.

At each TPC, every partner organization gives a presentation on the political, economic, social, and human rights conditions in their country and their region of the world. These presentations give the partners the opportunity to understand current trends and global issues from different partner-country vantage points. The detailed and thorough exchange of information at our TPCs is what allows WLP to be an innovative, learning organization that responds to real world challenges and opportunities in real time. The directors of our partner organizations are simultaneously our Program Advisors, and in that capacity they plan the Partnership’s programming for the coming year based on the reporting and peer-exchanges at the TPCs.

The 2018 TPC will take place from October 29 through November 1. 

Click here to read about the 2017 TPC.

 

 

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