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​​​​​​​​​​​Learning Retreat on National Oversight Institutions /
Independent State Institutions

29 - 31 August 2017, Bern, Switzerland

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Here you find all the documents relevant for the learning retreat, organised by day. For the full learning retreat experience please visit our mobile friendly event page: 2017.ddlgn.ch. If you would like to know our goals for this learning retreat, please read our concpet paper.


Download the FINAL WORKSHOP REPORT or browse the event's dedicated web page for documents and topic summaries.


Other venue documents, are: Venue InformationDownload program (ENGLISH)Téléchargez le programme (FRENCH) | Learning journey personal notes


Let's start learning! Here below are all the background documents and videos sorted by topic.

Our learning journey started with a welcome note from Corninne Huser (focal point ddlgn) and Nils Rosemann (focal point CHRnet). You can watch their speech HERE. They passed the microphone to Erika Schläppi who gave a general inroduction to the topic. Read her PowerPont presentation or watch the video. From then on the participants jumped right into the first of four topics.


Documents, links and videos for each topic can be found here below as well as on the designated event page.

Anti-corruption commissions (day 1)

Here you find all the documents, power point presentations, etc. for day 1.



Supreme Audit Institutions SAIs (day 2)

Here you find all the documents, power point presentations, etc. for day 2.

 Further documents SAIs


National Human Rights Institutions NHRIs (day 2)

Here you find all the documents, power point presentations, etc. for day 2.


​Election management bodies EMBs (day 3) ​

Here you find all the documents, power point presentations, etc. regarding EMBs.

  The way forward

The last workshop module was on the way forward: What do we take home? How do we continue working on these subjects? Corinne Huser (focal point ddlgn) and Inanna Göbel-Bosch (deputy focal point CHRnet) addressed this question in their closing remarks:

 

Our learning journey

The learning retreat is not only a moment to pile-up new knowledge. It is also a moment to reflect on on our everyday work process. What does it take to be better at what we do? For this we take you on a learning journey asking you 4 questions to reflect upon during the period of the workshop.

 

More photo impressions



For more photo impressions from our learning journey, please visit the photo section on our event page.


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