Between November 13 and December 11, 2017, CamP Group designed the 2nd workshop series with the main topic “Practical Project Work” at the Alice-Salomon-Hochschule, Berlin. Students of social work, health education and other courses developed concepts for their non-profit-making projects.
Based on the identification of what social impact should be achieved with a project (impact orientation), the participants learned the most important further steps within a project cycle: planning & management, writing grant applications, getting to know various types of fundraising, communication and finally measuring the success of the project through quantitative and qualitative analytical tools.
Another workshop was carried out by CamP Group for the members of the ASH Refugee Office. A strategy was developed to increase public awareness and campaign development. The ASH Refugee Office supports newly arrived people in Germany and aims to achieve a positive perception of migration in societal debates.
More information about the workshop series: https://www.ash-berlin.eu/studium/beratung-unterstuetzung/foerderung-von-schreib-und-studienkompetenzen/