Practice Change in Community Pharmacy: A Case Study of Multiple Stakeholders’ Perspectives (Mississippi)


Authors: Elrod, S. et alii.
Publication date: 2012 In: Innovations in Pharmacy, Vol. 3 (3), Article 82

With this case study, the authors aimed to obtain and present a multi-stakeholder perspective of community pharmacy practice change, where community pharmacists make the transition to also providing patient care practices.

Multistakeholder Partnerships and Digital Technologies for Development in Latin America and the Caribbean: 3 case studies


Author: Omar Dengo Foundation
Publication date: 2007

This publication presents three case studies about digital technologies for development, involving multi stakeholder processes. All case studies have been analysed with the same methodology to reveal information about

- the activity of the multi stakeholder partnership
- the partners (motivations, obstacles, contributions, decision making mechanisms, conflict management,...)
- role of digital technologies
- outcomes and lessons learned

Social learning towards a sustainable world: Social learning towards a sustainable world


Author: edited by Arjen E.J. Wals
Publication date: 2007

This comprehensive volume - containing 27 chapters and contributions from six continents - presents and discusses key principles, perspectives, and practices of social learning in the context of sustainability.

TEDx talk "This is not a video camera"


In this TEDx Talk about participatory video, Chris Lunch of InsightShare asks us to re-look at what we think we know about the technology and potential behind video cameras. He shows how handing over a video camera to a community and letting the subjects of a film become the directors, turns a video camera into a people magnet and a true champion for change.

Participatory Video for Community Consultation CASE STUDY - Solar Power in Turkmenistan


With the participatory video project starting in 1999, a film made by the community led to InsightShare’s “Solar Power = Community Power” project, enabling the community to take action and address these key issues they had identified.

Participatory Video for Community Action CASE STUDY: Indigenous Voices in Uganda


This participatory video was created to raise awareness among Ugandan policy makers and the world at large of the shocking plight of the Batwa people since their forced eviction from their ancestral hunting grounds in 1992. Part of this film was aired on Ugandan television and it was screened to local and national politicians, donors and NGOs.

ODI: How donors engage with business


Author: Smith, W. (for ODI)
Publication date: 2013

Business engagement is a tool through which donors can better achieve their existing objectives. This ODI paper lays out types of business, modalities of engagement and some approaches to donors-business interaction.

The author concludes among others that, instead of funding the activities of private sector entities, donors may actually play more of a facilitating role as brokers of knowledge and relationships.

DLP: "Reform" coalitions


Authors: Peiffer, C. (for DLP - Developmental Leadership Program)
Publication date: 2012

DLP: Coalitions in the Politics of Development


Author: DLP (Developmental Leadership Program)
Publication date: 2012

This DLP Research and Policy Workshop Report shares the findings, insights and guidance from the DLP Coalitions Workshop on Developmental Coalitions, organised in Sydney, 15-16 February 2012. In this workshop report, ample attention is given to the policy and practice of effective developmental coalitions, including a variety of case studies to exemplify donor experiences.


GIZ Guidebook for MSP facilitation


Authors: GIZ, onbehalf of the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Expert opinions by Jim Woodhill & Simone van der Vugt; Darian Stibbe (based on Ros Tennyson, with Nazneen Huq & Joanna Pyres); Vanessa Sayers; Douglas Kativu.

Publication Date: 2011

This GIZ guidebook has been designed and written for facilitators of MSPs. It offers the reader the following benefits: