(NB - the forms you need to download are at the bottom of this page)
Evaluation of OWW events is very important for us because:
1. - it enables us to celebrate all your hard work, and learn from your experience and share it with others. So please send us your comments and images.
2. - it enables us to develop and tailor the support we offer you - ensuring your needs are met accurately next year.
3. - we know that there are many events held for which we have no information. So this year, if you know of any events but did not see them on the website, please tell us about them.
4. - it helps us to maintain and build our funding and partnerships and, thereby, to reach out to more people and make a bigger difference.
This year, as last, we are asking for information about participating organisations. Our vision for 2015 is of ‘People working together to build a just, peaceful and sustainable world’. Your local information will help us build and strengthen partnerships at the national level so that many organisations may use OWW as an opportunity to develop awareness of how we can, together, take action to build a fairer and more enduring world, at peace with each other and with nature.
Organisers - Please collect the data - We have designed a form (Participants' Feedback Form) to make it easier for event organisers to find out how people attending their event responded to it and which faiths and organisations were represented. Ask participants to complete it at the end of your event.
Please download the Participants Feedback form here - print out copies to use at your event.
Once you have collected the forms, please collate the responses and use the data to complete ONE Organiser's Evaluation Form for each event.
Please send the Organiser's Evaluation Form* only to the One World Week Head Office. There the data will be analysed so that we can identify who comes to OWW events and what OWW should be doing in the future.
Call For Climate Action
For the love of each other, we're came together in our thousands, on 17 June, with our partners in the Climate Coalition, to ask MPs to commit to strong action on climate change to protect all the things we love. It was our first opportunity since the General Election to tell our newly elected representatives what matters to us in this crucial year for climate action.
Will you share what you love? (www.fortheloveof.org.uk)