Blog: How we work

A self-reflexive practitioner?

Brenda Lipson

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13th Oct 2015

A number of years back I developed a visual model to express what I understood to be a ‘systemic’ understanding of partner capacity building, from the perspective of any organisation engaged in developing programmes of such work. The model attempts

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The ‘big picture’

Brenda Lipson

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10th Oct 2015

Over the past year or so in Framework, we have been spending time to develop ourselves as a collective of independent consultants. We’ve produced a vision for Framework in the world (our internal vision); confirmed our ‘portfolio’ of services; identified

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Annual reviews

It’s that time of year where we’re harvesting our learning and planting seeds for the future. As a relatively new Framework member, it’s the first time I’ve been involved in our Annual Review process, where we gather feedback from colleagues

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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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Thursday 28 March 2019

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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