At the core of our approach to MSP’s, is a set of principles which we argue need to be considered in order to make MSPs capable of effecting transformative change.
Transformative change implies change which shifts paradigms, worldviews and theories of change rather than simply finding new ways of doing things within existing, often problematic paradigms.
Tools & Methods
This is a reflection method we use in various courses of CDI. In this 3 min video you will get an illustration of the ‘Reflection Cards’ method facilitated by Femke Gordijn in the ‘Market Access for Sustainable Development’ course 2013
Balancing state and community participation in development partnership projects: emerging evidence from Indian SDPS in Nepal
Authors: Chaturvedi, S., ; Kumar, S. & Mendiratta, S.
Publication date: 2013, RIS discussion paper 183
In this paper, the authors evaluate the impact and potential of the development programmes known as Small Development Projects (SDPs), introduced by India as part of its development cooperation portfolio in Nepal.
Using interactive approaches to learn and innovate with a diverse range of stakeholders
This course covers state-of-the-art thinking about designing and facilitating multi stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) to foster sustainable and inclusive food systems.
BURSARIES ARE AVAILABLE. DEADLINE NFP/MENA: 21 MARCH 2017
Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict: This manual explores the viability, options and experiences of multistakeholder processes from the perspective of civil society organisations (CSOs) working to prevent conflict and build peace.