(A) Success Story (A) Board Session 2
(A) Success Story
(A) Mosaic First Steps to Making it Happen
(A) Board Session 4
Sat ur d ay
F r id ay
(A) Success Story
(A) Board Session 8
(A) Board Session 3
Board Session 15: Approval of the 2014 Budget
1845 - 2015
(A) Board Session 9
(A) Success Story
(A) Board Session 6
(A) Board Session 7
Once Upon a Time Recycled CDs become childrens books
(A) Success Story
Grant Writing: Basics, Tips and Tricks
(A) Board Session 10
Closing Session, Achievements and thanks, How to take it home
Evaluation (Finish at 4pm)
(B) Child Protection Training (C) IO, TT & IEC Meet CISV Norway
(B) Brigadeiro (A) Board Session 13
(A) Mosaic Open Q &A
(A) Board Session 12
Seminar Camp 2013 and 2014
(A) Success Story (A) Board Session 11
1645 - 1700
1300 - 1445
(A) Success Story
(A) Step Up: Local Impact Days
Big Picture (Finishes at 18.30)
(C) Board Session 5 (Closed)
T hur sd ay
(B) Free Range Children - IRMC
(A) Success Story
Welcome to AIM, and an Introduction to Human Rights
(A) Evaluating at the Chapter Level: A new guide and resource
Welcome Party (Starts at 19:00)
(A) Success Story 2014 Budget + Budget Forecasting + Election Procedures
(A) Board Session 1
W ed nesd ay
Trustee Orientation: Board Development
PreAIM Whole Group Session
(A) Success Story
2015 - 2115
T uesd ay
4 1700- 18. 45
(A) Board Session 14
M o nd ay
EEC Meeting & Committee Meetings
Contextual Review of process and what values we hope to adopt + Plenary Rules of Procedure (JR Elections taking place at this time)
PreAIM Committee Meetings & Global Hosting Plans
PreAIM Committee Meetings
2 1130- 1300
1 0900- 1045
1045 - 1115
AIM Schedule 2013
Committee Meetings (potential overflow session)
Daily Briefing Sund ay
11- A ug
Everyone Checks Out
IEC, IO EEC Meetings .
Sessions everyone should attend.
Daily Briefing - Orientation for everyone at the start of the day attached to the start of each session 1.
Sessions with more than one choice, sessions have specific target audiences.
Board Session - If you are a board member, you must attend these
Success Stories - 10 minutes inspirational talks at the start of some sessions. If there is a letter (A) it will be attached to that parallel options and in the same room.
sessions. These session include motion discussion and decision making.
Trustee Orientation - These sessions are for Trustees, EEC, IO and IEC only (including incoming trustees and chairs).
*** Deadline Elections
Committee Time .
Please Note: All Board Sessions- PURPOSE= For the board to meet and discuss their agenda including motions and decision making (see Board agenda). Please refer to the guidance in the AIM documents about the list of topics to discuss TARGET AUDIENCE = All Board Members, IEC and IO. Anyone is welcome at this session. All Committee Meetings- – PURPOSE= For Committees to plan, meet and evaluate TARGET AUDIENCE = Committee Members Elections 2013 is an election year, and we will be electing 9 Governing Board Members in 4 ‘rounds’. Election Deadlines are highlighted in the Agenda as the start of various sessions, though the results will be announced at the end of that particular session. Round 1: (Election by IJB) : Deadline 5th August 16:55. The candidate choses how long their term will be. Round 2: (Election of 2-3 Three year term Governing Board Trustees): Deadline 6th August 8:50 am Round 3: (Election of 2-3 Two year term Governing Board Trustees) : Deadline 6th August 14:30 pm Round 4: (Election of 2-3 One year term Governing Board Trustees): Deadline 7th August 8:50 am
4th August 5. Trustee Orientation: Board Development– PURPOSE= For trustees and EEC to get to know each other, group development. To discuss how the group would like to work together as a team and what this year means in terms of large- scale decision making. TARGET AUDIENCE = All Board Members, EEC Members, IEC , IO and TT (Including Incoming trustees and chairs). contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 5th August 1. Trustee Orientation: Contextual Review of Process, The values we adopt & the rules of procedure – PURPOSE= To look back at the purpose of the review and it’s place in the organisation’s development. To discuss the values we must adopt moving forward. To look at how the Board Agenda is structured and the rules of procedure. TARGET AUDIENCE = All Board Members, EEC Members, IEC , IO and TT (Including Incoming trustees and chairs). Contact: email@example.com 2. Trustee Orientation: 2014 Budget, Budget Forecasting and 2013 Elections– PURPOSE= To look at how the budget is composed, at future budget forecasting and to go through the procedures of the 2013 Elections TARGET AUDIENCE = All Board Members, EEC Members, IEC , IO and TT (Including Incoming trustees and chairs). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Welcome to AIM & an Introduction to Human Rights PURPOSE= The session will welcome the group to AIM 2013 and will go through the agenda. We will then listen to a speech and presentation about human rights. TARGET AUDIENCE = Everyone. Contact: email@example.com 4.Success Story: CISV Colombia, CISV Norway & The Con Lupa team: 10 months of non-stop experiential learning CISV Colombia & CISV Norway have engaged a long-term relationship. Con Lupa is the second project in this relation which has achieved a lot for CISV in the last year. It has worked with the Educational Department, it has develop strategies for Organizational grow, and it has created a Book, based on the importance of Human Rights in our organization. This is the story of a success project that has accomplished a lot more than just a book. It has been a life experience throughout a year. It has changed individuals and it has prove that CISV is still a volunteer-based organization. We want the world to know how this has been achieved. We want to tell our story. Contact: Juanma Oviedo (firstname.lastname@example.org) 4. The Big Picture– PURPOSE= This session is about looking at the bigger picture of the transition, what will be possible and where CISV is heading. TARGET AUDIENCE = Everyone Contact: email@example.com Note: This session finished early - at 18.30. The Welcome Party will start at 19:00.
AIM Schedule 2013
5. Welcome Party– PURPOSE= For CISV Brazil to welcome everyone to AIM. TARGET AUDIENCE =Everyone 6th August 1. First Board Meeting 1.Success Story: CISV Italy: ‘50th Anniversary of CISV Italy: How to foster voluntary work raise visibility through an event’ The success story is aimed to present the celebration of the 50° Anniversary of Cisv Italy and to provide an example on how organizing well a good event can be a developement tool within the organization and for its external relations. Indeed we'll show numbers and features of the event and of the group of volunteers, which worked to organize it. We'll try to outline how the event was structured to be as much complete and positive for the future of our relations in the local environment. Contact: Elisa Boni, national secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org 2. Success Story: CISV Indonesia: ‘Save Orangutan to Save Us’ This is the story of a collaborative project between CISV Indonesia and The Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation. Contact: Esti: email@example.com 3A. Evaluation and Research Committee // Evaluating at the Chapter Level: A new guide and resource PURPOSE: How do you know you are good at what you are doing in your Chapter? The EVR (Evaluation and Research Committee) introduces the NEW! Evaluation Guide to equip Chapters to evaluate local activities and improve evaluation at the Chapter level. TARGET AUDIENCE = CISV volunteers of all ages who are active in their Chapter! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 3B. Fuxico PURPOSE: FUXICO is a handicraft with small pieces of fabric, traditional in the Northeast of Brazil. The name means gossip in Brazilian Portuguese, which is what people do when they sit around a table to do this local version of a quilting bee. This parallel sessions may last between 2-3 hours. TARGET AUDIENCE =: Anyone interested Contact: Our AIM Hosts : CISV Brazil 4. Success Story: IJB Team: ‘Right On’ The story of the development of a Global Human Rights project ‘Right On’ rolled out across junior branches across the world. righton2013.tumblr.com | facebook.com/righton2013 Contact: Anjo Peez-Zvetina <email@example.com> 5A. Regional Meetings– PURPOSE=For ReCos to meet with their regions to discuss hosting plans and matters arising within the regions TARGET AUDIENCE =Representatives from each NA and PA (Ideally Trustee or NA President) Contact: Your regional coordinator. 7th August 1. Success Story: CISV Denmark: ‘I Pick Perfect’ Going from cancelling all delegations in 2011 IPP in CISV Denmark has sent 10 participants in 2012 and 11 in 2013. Furthermore we hosted an IPP in 2013. We experience an increased interest for IPP among parents since they now hear more about the programme and realize that they are as much the target group as people in their 20's. We think it would be a benefit to share our experiences and how we with little effort have made huge changes for the programme on a national level. Contact: Tess Thrøe (firstname.lastname@example.org) 2A. International Mosaic Committee // Mosaic: First Steps to Making it Happen PURPOSE: This session is all about getting started with the Mosaic programme. Through a short talk and an interactive workshop, participants will get an inspiring understanding of the first steps to making Mosaic happen. Come learn, play and get started with Mosaic! TARGET AUDIENCE = For those with little or no experience with Mosaic. Curious to discover and learn more. Contact Person: Alex Neuman. email@example.com
2B. International Risk Management Committee // “Free Range Children” PURPOSE: The “blurb” to explain the session is: “Free Range Children” are the ideal but not at the risk of their harm and not at the risk of CISV. For a taste of “Risk” –join us! TARGET AUDIENCE = Those interested in developing their awareness of Risk Management Contact: David.firstname.lastname@example.org 2C. Closed Board Meeting PURPOSE=For the board of trustees to be able to discuss matters of importance in confidence. TARGET AUDIENCE =Only International Board Members can attend (Including IEC and SG) Contact: email@example.com 3. Success Story: CISV Chile: ‘Like The Legend of the Phoenix’ CISV Chile past through a dark period of time in between 2009 and 2011… in 2012 a group of 3 friends (One from Guatemala, one from Sweden and one from Chile) all living in Santiago, that met through facebook when the Guatemalan and Swedish moved to Chile just because we were all CISVers, decided it was enough of dark periods and we had to do something. This success story is about the growth of CISV Chile from that point onwards. Contact: Loreto Pinto:firstname.lastname@example.org 3b. Bijoux Brazil PURPOSE: Come and learn to make bio-jewels - necklaces and bracelets with an African and Indigenous influence made of seeds, coconut shell, wood and other natural resources. This parallel sessions may last between 2-3 hours. TARGET AUDIENCE = Anyone interested Contact: Our AIM Hosts : CISV Brazil 5A. International Seminar Camp Committee // 2014 Seminar Camp Hosts– PURPOSE= To Provide tips and suggestions for hosting that can be brought back and passed along to the hosting chapter within the NA. TARGET AUDIENCE =2014 Hosts of Seminar Camps Contact: Aynsley email@example.com 8th August 1. Success Story: International Mosaic Committee: ‘Mosaic, Chapter Development & The Future’ A series of snapshots of how Mosaic projects have been powerful platforms for chapter development in PAs and NAs, alongside some inspiring ideas about the future of the programme and its potential within CISV. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 1B. International Step Up Committee // Local Impact Day – PURPOSE= To provide information on how to plan a Step Up local impact day. TARGET AUDIENCE = Anyone interested in Step Up Contact: Max: email@example.com 2.Success Story: CISV Philippines, Bacolod Chapter ‘Suntown Camp: Enriching the lives of Filipino children diagnosed with chronic illness’ CISV Philippines will present the success of a 6 year long partnership and local project in the community, Contact: Marx Louie de la rosa (firstname.lastname@example.org) 3A. Once Upon a Time - Recycled CDs become children books PURPOSE: This session is part of our Mosaic project “Because Dignity Is A Human Right”. You will have the chance to share a bit of your culture and make little books out of recycled CDs, which will be translated and donated to the library of our partner organization. This parallel sessions may last between 2-3 hours. TARGET AUDIENCE = Anyone interested Contact: Our AIM Hosts : CISV Brazil 3B Profile Raising Committee // Grant Writing: Basics, Tips and Tricks PURPOSE: Successful grant writing is the art of presenting your organization -- its mission, needs and capabilities -- to a specific audience in a compelling way. This session will present the fundamental components of a grant application, including how to build a powerful statement of need. TARGET AUDIENCE = CISVers who are involved with fundraising for their chapter / NA, and are interested in
AIM Schedule 2013 building a more structural process around their fundraising capacity. Contact: Daniel Edelshaim: email@example.com 4. Success Story: CISV Egypt: ‘Managing Risks in CISV Egypt’ is about the recent successes of managing risks and communicating about national developments over the past two years. Contact: Sarah firstname.lastname@example.org 5A. International Mosaic Committee // Mosaic: Open Forum Q&A PURPOSE: This session is all about the questions, concerns and needs of those working actively with the Mosaic programme. The Mosaic committee will speak briefly about the current state of the program globally and about its future. Then, there will be an interactive open forum and Q&A TARGET AUDIENCE: For those who have been involved with the Mosaic programme in some way and are interested to do more! Contact Person: Alex Neuman. email@example.com 5B. International Risk Management Committee // New Child Protection Plan and Training PURPOSE: To go through the new training that should be delivered in every NA for Child Protection Training TARGET AUDIENCE: Trainers, NA and Chapter Members, Committee Members Contact: David.firstname.lastname@example.org 5C. IEC, TT and IO Meet CISV Norway– PURPOSE= For IEC and IO representatives to meet with CISV Norway to plan for the Global Conference 2015 9th August 1. Success Story: CISV Norway: ‘Peace To Go: A CISV Phone App’ A talk about CISV Norway’s newly develop Phone App which consists of CISV education theory, links to materials and further background information. Contact: Andreas Mjelva, email@example.com 3B. Brigadeiro PURPOSE: Brigadeiro is a very popular candy in Brazil, also traditional in CISV camps with Brazilian delegations…… Come and learn the secret of making the perfect Brigadeiro. This parallel sessions may last between 2-3 hours. TARGET AUDIENCE:Anyone interested Contact: Our AIM Hosts : CISV Brazil 10th August 2. Closing Session – PURPOSE= To summarize the key decisions and key outcomes from AIM 2012 (Starting all together as one group). Then, to divide into committee, delegates and board members. At this time committees will have their final meetings, Trustees will discuss how to take the relevant information home and delegates will consider what to take from this meeting to apply to their role. TARGET AUDIENCE: = Everyone. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 3. Evaluation– PURPOSE= To Evaluate AIM and provide valuable feedback for future conferences TARGET AUDIENCE =It is important that everyone attends this session Contact: email@example.com This session will finish at 4pm 4. EEC and Committee Meetings– PURPOSE= A brief IEC/TT/IO/EEC Meeting will be followed by committee meetings. TARGET AUDIENCE = Committees, IEC/IO/TT Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org 5. Farewell Party PURPOSE= To celebrate the achievements of AIM and thank those who contributed to it.