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2011: A Year of Peer Learning

As we start 2012, we’re taking a look back at 2011 and all the great things that took place as part of the Peer Learning Programme. We’ve had three fabulous workshops, and out of our productive discussions at these have … Continue reading

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Insights into Participatory Advocacy

Developing an advocacy strategy is a pressing, but often intimidating, priority for many small and diaspora organisations. Jenny Ross wrote these short PLP Guidelines to help your organisation get the most out of VSO’s excellent Participatory Advocacy Toolkit.

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Being in the Funder’s Shoes

We had a lively and productive fundraising workshop on 14th October, facilitated by Ajay Mehta. One of the highlights of the day was an exercise called ‘being in the funder’s shoes’, where participants decided how to spend £25,000 from a … Continue reading

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Action Learning Sets Get Underway

Action learning sets, a core element of the Peer Learning Programme (PLP), have kicked off in June 2011. Action learning sets are a simple and powerful way for individuals to learn from each other. Action learning follows the process outlined … Continue reading

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