This blog is part of a showcase of exhibits from Latin American think tanks participating in the Think Tank Initiative’s Policy Engagement and Communications (PEC) programme. You may view other entries on the Latin America PEC Showcase Overview Page.
Fundación ARU engaged in a strategic planning workshop in February 2014 to present, discuss and determine optimal objectives, activities and results for the Bolivian think tank. The workshop involved many high-level individuals including members of the Board of Directors, internal staff and external allies. Following the meeting, Fundación ARU was able to formalize the inclusion of external allies into the organizational structure, which constitutes a significant step forward.
Read this blog in Spanish
Showcase exhibit #1: View Fundación ARU’s Strategic Planning Workshop Agenda (Spanish only)
Showcase exhibit #2: View Fundación ARU’s Strategic Planning Workshop Trainer’s Notes (Spanish only)
Showcase exhibit #4: View Fundación ARU’s Strategic Planning Workshop Presentation – The Mad Hatter’s Tea Party (Spanish only)
Showcase exhibit #5: View Fundación ARU’s Strategic Planning Workshop Presentation – Theory of Change (Spanish only)
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