Effective partnerships and collaborations

Topics Cross-sector partnerships | Research and evaluation methods | Research partnerships | Tools & Guidance

Each sector brings a different set of values, priorities, resources and competencies to a partnership. The challenge of any partnership is to bring these diverse contributions together, linked by a common vision in order to achieve sustainable development goals.

Below are resources and guides published by the Network to drive better partnerships by finding common goals, setting out clear expectations and planning for mutual success.

 

 

How to collaborate with Pacific Churches for development research

How to collaborate with Pacific Churches for development research

Building upon the foundational content of the Network’s 2017 guide How to Partner for Development Research, this resource offers practical insights and advice about how to engage effectively and respectfully with Churches and Church-based organisations in the Pacific. Using the inputs from a range of real-life case studies, the guide will benefit academics, NGOs and consultants seeking to collaborate with Churches on research-based activities.

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How to Partner for Development Research

How to Partner for Development Research

A practical, user-friendly guide for academics and practitioners to apply at all stages of the partnership process. Featuring practical tools and good practice case studies, this resource is an essential reference throughout the partnership process.

Recognising that effective partnerships require intentional and continuous management, the Guide successfully unpacks a broad range of partnerships as they sit on a spectrum of collaboration, and cover the partnership process in all of its stages.

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Notes: Research Partnerships in Practice

Notes: Research Partnerships in Practice

Following a successful Research Partnerships in Practice Workshop in 2014, the key learnings and themes  were documented for the public.

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