This project used theory of change techniques and methodology to help inform the Forest Stewardship Council’s Global Strategy. Work included designing and facilitating a 2-day workshop with the FSC Board as well as preparation calls and debriefs with Board committees and advisory of how to apply theory of change to strategy and performance management andTheory of Change Facilitation: FSC Strategy [Read More]
Caren facilitated this two-day multi-stakeholder meeting bringing together the economic, social and economic chambers of the Forest Stewardship Council to discuss current and future issues.
IRIS, an initiative of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), is a voluntary multi-stakeholder certification system for labor recruiters developed to support ethical recruitment of migrant workers. It is comprised of an international standard, certification scheme, and a compliance and monitoring mechanism. For businesses and migrant workers, IRIS serves as a due diligence tool forInternational Recruitment Integrity System (IRIS) Advisory [Read More]
This project explored market acceptance of the potential of allowing producer organizations to design their own, individualized development paths (by creating their own ‘impact plans’) in line with a standard based on principles (rather than mandatory requirements). Enabling Outcomes along with Connective Impact carried out interviews with traders, retailers and brands to assess the potentialFairtrade Impact-Based Standards Market Research [Read More]
Enabling Outcomes was called upon to define roles and responsibilities of the Standards, Certification & Impact Team, identify skill sets, and shortlist candidates to build out the team. Additional support included providing certification insight and writing the 2014 Impact Report. Most recently, we were called upon to support a review of the complaints mechanism.