Webinar to help Native organizations and tribal communities get ready to conduct a Community Food Sovereignty Assessment

Free Webinar Series Will Get You Ready to “GO”
on a Community Food Sovereignty Assessment

First Nations Development Institute has scheduled a new series of five free First Nations Knowledge webinars that will help Native organizations and tribal communities get ready to “GO” on conducting a Community Food Sovereignty Assessment, with the last in the series focusing on moving forward with action planning after the assessment.

Four of the webinars in this series will be led by Vicky Karhu, a longtime First Nations consultant and a national expert in planning for and conducting Food Sovereignty Assessments in Native communities. The Dec. 5, 2016, webinar on data collection and analysis will be led by John Phillips, Ph.D., also a longtime First Nations consultant. (Note: The Dec. 5 webinar begins at Noon Mountain Time, while the others all begin at 1 p.m.) Each will be an hour in length and will allow time at the end for questions and answers. (The webinars may go longer than an hour if there are lots of questions, but staying on longer is optional for each attendee.)

Here’s the schedule. Please register for each webinar individually:

Dec. 5, 2016 @ 12 p.m. MST
“Data Collection Methods and Food Assessments”

What are best practices for assessing reliable data? Once you have your data, how can you analyze and present this data? This webinar will give an overview of data collection, analysis and presentation methods for food assessments. The presenter will discuss methods for collecting and presenting data from surveys, focus groups and other kinds of research activities. Register here:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1403381835359019780

Dec. 13, 2016 @ 1 p.m. MST

“Go! Conducting Your Community Food Sovereignty Assessment”

Conducting the assessment; analyzing the data; dissemination and confidentiality of data; how to use data for strategic/project planning and grant proposals; how to use data for policy development. An organization or tribe will share experiences and best practices. Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3422440325667269378

Jan.17, 2017 @ 1 p.m. MST
“Moving Forward! Community-Based Policy and Action Plans”

Developing action plans from the CFSA data; experience gained through community engagement during the CFSA. This webinar will highlight success stories from two organizations or tribes. Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2798412501323018754

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