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Six Key Findings on the Use of Theories of Change in International Development

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Author: Valters, C.
Publication date: 2014

The Theory of Change approach is becoming a pervasive part of development practice: as an artefact, as a management tool, and increasingly as a common discourse which implementers use to explain and explore their interventions. In this blog post, Craig Valters introduces the 6 key findings of his research and paper: ‘Theories of Change in international development: communication, learning or accountability?’ 

Women's Leadership and Participation: Case studies on learning for action

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Authors: Hoare, J. & Gell, F. (eds.)
Publication date: 2009

This book brings together lessons and experience in building up women's involvement from Oxfam GB and its partners. Women's Leadership and Participation illustrates methodological approaches and learning points, covering a range of issues, from women's participation in national elections to female decision-making in community livelihood initiatives.

Empowering smallholder farmers in markets: Experiences with farmer-led research for advocacy

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Authors: Giel, T. & Proctor, F., published by AGRINATURA CTA LEI Wageningen UR
Publication date: 2013

Disadvantaged Groups in Multi-stakeholder Negotiations

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Authors: David Edmunds and Eva Wollenberg

Publication Date: June 2002

Negotiations are seen to be of vital importance by environmental and development practitioners when guiding natural resource stakeholders towards collective action on natural resource sustainability. Aimed at practitioners of multi-stakeholder negotiation processes, this paper examines how power differences can result in disadvantaged groups of stakeholders not maximising the benefits of negotiations and discusses the issue under the following headings: