Tackling the climate crisis requires transformative system change – a fundamental shift to place sustainability at the core of our societal systems.
But how can projects, programs and other initiatives assess their contribution to this transformation, before, during and after their lifespan?
A Transformative Theory of Change is a tool that can help you design, implement, and evaluate projects aimed at transformative system change. The tool combines the Theory of Change methodology with the Multi-Level Perspective (MLP) as a way to map and understand changes enabled by a project or program. It can be used to facilitate a co-creation process among societal stakeholders invested in sustainability, connecting innovation with societal challenges through the effective delivery of knowledge services. In this workshop, we will learn when, how and why to use a Transformative Theory of Change by looking at real-life cases from EIT Climate-KIC’s projects SATURN, ACT on NBS and SuSMo.
- Anastasia Nikologianni, Research fellow, Birmingham City University, and project member of SATURN
- Caetano Penna, Senior Research Fellow, Utrecht University
- Pablo Fernandez Mendez, Research fellow, INGENIO – UPV
- Carla Alvial Palavicino, Research Fellow, Utrecht University
- Cristian Matti, Head of Strategic Research at EIT Climate-KIC
Moderated by: Annalisa Spalazzi, Regional Innovation Scheme Programme Manager
Main benefits of attending
- Learn how the MLP can be used as a practical framework to recognize and understand transformations in projects and program
- Familiarize with the process of building a Transformative Theory of Change
- Learn from the practical experience of EIT Climate-KIC partners and projects
- EIT Regional Innovation Scheme (RIS) Hubs, partners, organizations and stakeholders from Southern and Central Eastern Europe.
- Practitioners interested in learning about tools for transitions.
- Policymakers, authorities and program owners at national, regional, and local lev