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Daniel Guijarro

Daniel Guijarro

Senior Consultant

Daniel Guijarro has over 13 years experience in international development and human rights. He is a facilitator, action researcher and consultant interested in exploring ways aid practitioners and human rights activists, NGOs and other social collectives can learn and change to contribute to wider changes in mindsets, relations and identities towards more fair realities. With a background on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning of development programs, he has extensive experience in facilitating evaluative, organisational learning/change and assessment and strategic planning processes in Latin America, Africa and the Middle East as well as the UK and Spain. Daniel's approach to facilitation and evaluation is heavily informed by experience on the processes and flows of knowledge and learning from grassroots participatory processes into the organisational learning and decision making of INGOs. It also draws on experience in applying participatory and empowerment approaches to evaluation processes and promoting inclusive spaces where different stakeholders can engage in a constructive dialogue and all voices can be heard. Dani uses principles of Participatory Action Research and Power Analysis for facilitation, combined with Double Loop Learning theory to help stakeholders and organisations critically look at the assumptions, mindsets, values and relationships that guide their plans and actions.

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