Toolbox for Citizens: A True Story of Collective Impact
Interested to learn how to unlock your organisation’s growth and sustainability through a culture of resource sharing? Join us for this upcoming NECE Campus online workshop where Maxim Smekhov and Linnéa Mühlenkamp from Commit by MitOst and horizontal school will spotlight a robust methodological framework crafted by partner NGOs over the past 6 years!
The Toolbox is a capacity-building toolkit designed to empower organisations, initiatives, and groups in navigating complexity and uncertainty. It enables teams to address real capacity-building needs and enhance their collaborative impact.
This framework has already made a remarkable impact, having been applied to empower over 100 locally-rooted civil society organisations.
Join us to discover how this framework can drive positive change in your own team and organisation!
More about Toolbox here: https://civilsocietytoolbox.org
Who is this workshop for?
- Individuals from civil society organisations and other non-profits
- Facilitators, trainers, and experts in organisational development, participation, and community engagement
- Team leaders who are seeking efficient tools to enhance learning culture and organisational development
Participants will receive access to an online toolbox for their organisation following the workshop and an additional Q&A session will be offered for those interested in joining a community of practice and collaborating on further Toolbox development.
The horizontal school is a platform of Commit by MitOst, where the Toolbox for Citizens has been developed. The workshop will be hosted by experienced facilitator and co-creator of the Toolbox, Linnéa Mühlenkamp, along with Maxim Smekhov, horizontal school program manager and Toolbox coordinator.
Linnea is passionate about creating educational spaces for young people to become active in society. Working as a freelance trainer and facilitator in non-formal education projects and programs, mostly in Germany and North Africa, she has expertise in organisational development, community building, and civic education.
Maxim specialises in civic education, participatory methods, and innovative learning. As a program manager at horizontal.school, he co-creates educational projects like Erasmus Project Mind The Game and Civil Society Toolbox, driven by a belief in the untapped potential of human connection.