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Reciprocal Research

If you are only here to get an overview, we recommend you download the Human Rights and Using Storyboards sessions.

Session 1 – Introduction

This session is the introduction to the reciprocal research training the trainer workshop. It includes the trainer and purpose introduction, the aims of the training, how information shared will be used and group introductions.


Session 2 – Confidentiality

This session includes information about confidentiality and what that means in the context of the workshop.


Session 3 – Community Consultation

This session includes information about how to work with the community.


Session 4 – Working With Interpreters

This session includes information about interpreters may be the most important team members.


Session 5 – Human Rights

This session includes information about what human rights are and how they apply.


Session 6 – Story Circles

This session includes information about how to use story circles to identify issues.


Session 7 – The Matrix Exercise

This session includes information about how to use the matrix to identify issues and community challenges.


Session 8 – Storyboards

This session includes information about using storyboards to identify issues and solutions.


Session 9 – Working with Stakeholders

This session includes information about how to work with key stakeholders.


Session 10 – Strategic Planning

This session includes information about how to plan community work and programs strategically.


Session 11 – Evaluation and Celebration

This session includes information about how to evaluate the workshop.


Session 12 – Knowledge Exchange

This session includes information about how to leverage learnings and exchange knowledge.


Session 13 – Intersectionality

This session includes information about how to consider cross cutting issues.


Session 14 – Human-rights Approach

This session includes information about the human rights approach.