written by Nicolás Peña, Learning Content Coordinator It is undeniable that, for most organizations, online learning has become the new norm. At Spur Change, some components of our program were very dependent on in-person interactions and learnings between small and ... continue reading.
A Library of Knowledge and Tools Available at the Fingertip of SMOs5-year target already surpassed by 28%November 26, 2020Spur change has launched a Resource Library of 160 curated resources categorized into seven thematic areas. Six months in development, the Resource Library was a key ... continue reading.
By Marta Estellés, PhD, Universidad de Cantabria (Spain) and Gustavo E. Fischman, Arizona State University (USA) During the COVID-19 crisis, educational responses have been mainly geared towards minimizing the problems derived from school closures and maintaining educational ... continue reading.
What have we learned from rapidly shifting to support SMOs during the times of COVID-19? In the face of the global COVID-19 crisis, the Spur Change Program found itself in a unique position to provide immediate training and capacity building opportunities to small and medium-sized organizations ... continue reading.
The 17 youth participants of the program’s first cohort finished a cycle of 12 online training courses focused on the development and exchange of skills and introduced challenges of sustainable development and gender equality. Young activists and specialists from Canada and the Global South, as well ... continue reading.
One year ago, the first Spur Change team staff were hired and laid the groundwork for this five-year initiative. A first learning event on the Protection Against Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (PSEA) was organized in the summer of 2019 to meet the immediate needs of Canadian Small and Medium ... continue reading.