On  September 22 at 16:00(CET)/17:00 MSK Olivia Baciu and Alexa Fedynsky from PartnersGlobal will hold the webinar “Organisational Resiliency in Times of Uncertainty – A Balcony View”.

Civic space is the cornerstone of a healthy society that champions democratic principles and ideals to promote human rights and fulfill basic human needs. With this in mind, PartnersGlobal, in partnership with CIVICUS, developed the Resiliency+ Framework to create an organisational strengthening process specifically focused on preparing for closing space challenges. Leaders from the region are introduced to the concept of organisational resiliency as a set of organisational practices and behavioral changes. This will better support organisations to navigate and influence the changes and challenges posed by the civic space in proactive, effective, and strategic ways.

The webinar will be conducted in English.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED: to take part in this webinar, please fill in a short registration form via the LINK until 21 September. Participation is free of charge and open for the Forum members, supporters, experts, and everyone interested.

SPEAKERS:

Olivia Baciu

Committed to good societies and creative collaboration across cultures, Olivia Baciu has substantial expertise in transitional governance and institution building with a focus on collaborative multi-stakeholder governance and change processes, organisational development and resilience, having worked in more than 25 countries throughout the globe. Having participated as an institutional member of the Partners Network for over 10 years, Olivia is currently advising PartnersGlobal on their global portfolio and accompanying them as a Coach,  Master Trainer, and Facilitator on organisational resiliency and good governance programming.

Alexa Fedynsky 

Alexa Fedynsky works on global programs at PartnersGlobal, focusing on the resiliency of civil society organisations in closing civic spaces around the world. She brings experiences as a Fulbright Scholar in Paraná, Brazil and from previous work in organisational development and civil society in Eastern Europe and Sub-Saharan Africa as well as organised labor in the United States.