Fostering Learning

Organisational Learning in NGOs - Creating the Motive, Means and Opportunity

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Author:  Bruce Britton
Publication Date: March, 2005

This Praxis Paper explores the importance of organisational learning in NGOs drawing on examples gathered from interviews mainly with Northern NGO staff and from an extensive review of the literature.

The paper examines why NGOs need to provide the motive, means and opportunity for organisational learning and introduces practical examples of how pioneering NGOs are doing this.

Guidebook for MSP Facilitation

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Created by : GIZ (CCPS)

Publication Date : June 2011

This one-stop guidebook on the facilitation of multi-stakeholder processes is designed to act as not only a checklist in preparation for the facilitation of an MSP, but also to act as a compass, helping facilitators to navigate through the many phases of often diverse and complex MSP’s. Presenting advisory contributions from experts of various backgrounds, the guidebook also acts as a companion guide, detailing best practices which have been learned through years of experience.

Assessing Multi-stakeholder Processes (AMPS): Guidance & Tools from an Access to Medicines Project

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Authors: Kate Hawkins and Gavin Stedman-Bryce

The Institute of Development Studies has developed this document for the Medicines Transparency Alliance (MeTA), who are a collaborative network of governments, private sector bodies and civil society organisations from seven countries around the world. Their principle aim is to increase access and affordability of good quality medicines for the world’s poorest people.