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Welcome to Capacity.org, a resource portal for the practice of capacity development and the home of Capacity.org journal, published two to three times a year. Building on the topics covered in the journal, this website aims to facilitate access to a broad range of related online resources that practitioners can draw on for their own work. These include the latest research findings, analytical frameworks, policy debates, practical experiences and toolkits. Through links to ongoing discussions and communities of practice, we enable practitioners to find and link up with diverse organizations, professional networks and communities of practice for further support and knowledge exchanges.

Capacity.org collaborates with the Learning Network on Capacity Development (LenCD) and the Capacity Development Network (Capacity.net) to make knowledge resources on capacity development more accessible to policymakers, researchers, development practitioners and funding organizations.

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Multi-actor approaches for senior professionals

Dates: 20-21 March, 15-16 May and 11-12 September 2014.
Type of event: Training course
Location: Web-based/Distance learning
Organization: Dutch association for NGOs working in International Development (Partos)
More information: https://partos.nl/actueel/agenda/evenement/enable-your-organisation-and-partners-co-create-change-advanced-course-pr-0

The knowledge domain of ‘multi-actor approaches’ is still relatively young but there has been a significant development of concepts, approaches and methodologies over the past decade. This course aims to help senior development practitioners to acquaint themselves with this emerging professional domain and sharpen their own practice.

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