The Common Approach and Common Foundations

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Become a Champion of the Common Approach by using the Common Foundations!

Join a conversation to learn more about the Common Approach to Impact Measurement and the Common Foundations, and how evaluators, trainers and consultants can get involved. 

In this webinar, we’ll explore how the Common Foundations were derived and how they can help evaluators, consultants, and trainers guide organizations to improved impact measurement. You’ll also find out about a national initiative to identify and highlight Common Foundations “champions” who are willing to actively promote the five essential practices in the social purpose sector.


Margerit Roger, M.Ed. of Eupraxia Training is a program planner, evaluator and trainer who has worked with community-based organizations, industry, post-secondaries, labour organizations, and provincial and federal governments. Her impact evaluation work is grounded in Theory of Change, social impact analysis, and SROI in an effort to more effectively describe the critical “ripple effect” created by organizations that support vulnerable and marginalized populations. As a result, she feels strongly that the Common Approach and the Common Foundations provide an important strategic and communication tool for impact-oriented practitioners who work in the social purpose sector. Additional guests will be introduced during the webinar.

Join us from 1-2pm Eastern Time on March 12, 2020

Register now and connection details will be emailed to you, as well as a reminder a few days before the session.


  • This session will be held online, through video conferencing on Zoom.

  • This session is in English.

  • You will need speakers or a headset on your computer.  To ensure your system will be compatible with our webinar platform, look at the Zoom quick start guide prior to the session. 

  • Further login details will be sent along with a registration confirmation.

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12 March, 2020 13:00 ET   to   14:00 ET

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