This topic is about the broad notion of Capacity Development (CD) as a change process at the level of individuals, organisations and societies.It concerns the many ways of supporting capacities, like Technical Cooperation, working with Non States Actors, promoting multi-stakeholders processes and knowledge sharing.
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Formación en línea N.1- Introducción a la Convención sobre los Derechos de las Personas con Discapacidad (CDPD): principios y estructura
Bridging the Gap II / Acortando Distancias II (BtG-II): Espacios de aprendizaje 2018-2019
The 2nd call for proposals for global research projects is officially being launched with the following timeline:
Launch of call for proposals
Webinar N.1- Introduction to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: principles and structure
The EU funded project "Bridging the Gap II " develops a cycle of webinars to foster a culture of disability mainstreaming in development cooperation's projects and programmes.
Formation en ligne nº1- Introduction à la Convention Relative aux Droits des Personnes Handicapées (CDPH) : les principes, le contenu et la structure
Le projet financé par l'Union européenne "Bridging the Gap II / Combler l'écart II" propose un cycle de formations en ligne visant à explorer progressivement les divers aspects de l’inclusion des personnes handicapées dans les projets et programmes de coopération au développement
Some after reading Takeaways:
It is a community manager's task to clarify and communicate the community's focus and the value it adds for all members.
Most well-functionning communities have at least two community managers, a (senior) subject matter expert and a junior,...
EDD 2016 Brainstorming Lab: "Sharing knowledge in development organizations: making Communities of Practice work"
The brainstorming lab “Sharing knowledge in development organizations: making Communities of Practice work” took place during the
By Teresa Kerber and Florian Lang.
Over the last 25 years, GIZ has gained extensive experience and a deeper understanding of sector networks and communities of practice. These communities are currently going through a time of great challenge and digital transformation, which underpins...
University World News has produced an article: "promoting the value of useful and used research", where the work of the African Evidence Network is explained.
Africa Evidence Leadership Award to raise awareness of evidence-informed decision-making (EIDM) - deadline 1st April
Indeed, very good points Donatella. What is interesting about the Implementing Partners of the RNSF is that some were not waiting for ILO 204 to be adopted when they planned their original projects. They have followed their planning and are actually already working towards formalising even if...
Formalising informal economy seems to be the hardest task EC-funded projects (only 1 project focuses on this key area), and indeed we know that this is a very long and difficult process that requires massive efforts (Louise Fox, Martha Chen). Nevertheless, the Sustainable Development Goals ...