Engaging Internationally

Test It! Lessons we are Learning Part II

April 24, 2018

 

Introduction

The Civil Society and Testing Change project (CS&TC) is an initiative to develop and test new ways for civil society organizations and their partners to operate.  The project’s model is for global, multi-stakeholder working groups to focus on areas where operational changes may have the most effect on impact, and to have a …

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Global Trends for Social Sector Organizations

February 13, 2018

I recently facilitated a session for social sector practitioners on global trends for organizations engaging internationally, and some ideas for how they could incorporate them into their operations or programs in creative ways.  Here is some of what we discussed:

Tying to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) – organizations can use the SDGs as a …

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Creating and nurturing global networks

January 9, 2018

By Roopa Dhatt, Bonnie Koenig and Kelly Thompson

A couple of years ago Bonnie wrote a series of posts on how our concept of networking has changed in a more globally connected world.   We are continuing to see an increase in global networking and in the creation and expansion of new networks. Two new efforts …

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Popular posts of 2017

December 18, 2017

 

 

In case you may have missed them, here are my most popular posts from 2017:

 

  • Five ways to engage internationally in 2017 (January) – just as the title reads, this post encouraged organizations to broaden their horizons by starting the year with some simple ways to engage internationally.  There may be some
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Continuing to Explore Impact Assessment

November 15, 2017

Earlier this year I wrote about the state of impact assessment. Under the auspices of the Civil Society and Testing Change project, I recently helped convene and facilitate a discussion to further exchange learning on this topic, and brainstorm how we can make our ideas more actionable. Some of the ideas shared at this roundtable …

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