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Update from Brenda

Brenda Lipson

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21st Jan 2013

It is a new year, and I am full of good intentions.  One of them is to try to communicate more about what I am working on – so here goes. The last quarter of 2012 was taken up in

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Optimal Unpreparedness in Sweden

Catherine Squire

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3rd Dec 2012

Robert Chambers’ guiding principle for workshops, being ‘optimally unprepared’, comes straight from his commitment to participatory learning. The paradox makes me sit up and think: where can there be room for ‘unpreparedness’ in a workshop, and how do you measure

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Report Launch

Catherine Squire

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21st Sep 2012

Just returned from the launch of my report on the Kings Hedges Family Support Project in Cambridge, with a speech by our MP Julian Huppert (pictured with the report). There was lots of birthday cake, and about 80 toddlers and

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An update from Bruce

Bruce Britton

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21st Sep 2012

It has been a busy Summer and the Autumn looks set to be busier still. I’m currently working with Oxfam Novib on their framework for Knowledge and Innovation Management and with The Leprosy Mission International on their system for Annual

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Renewable energy course

Bruce Britton

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18th Jun 2012

Last week I attended a four-day course on domestic renewable energy technology. I am a member of the St Andrews Environment Network – a small community organisation that encourages people living in my locality to save energy and live more

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We are looking for new members to join us in Framework. If … You are a consultant with approximately ten years of experience in your field You are committed to working with and for a vibrant civil society Your field

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