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The Collaborative has three overarching outcomes: i) to clarify how attention to organizational learning practices can improve transparency, accountability, and participation (TAP) practice, building particularly on the expertise of CSOs working in the global South; ii) to deliver productive learning exchanges targeted to practitioner needs and test the hypothesis that a peer-based, collaborative model enhances learning; iii) to inform and influence the broader TAP field and philanthropic actors on effective learning approaches.

The Collaborative is implemented by four “learning Hubs”—Centro de Estudios para la Equidad y Gobernanza en los Sistemas de Salud (CEGSS), Center for Law, Justice and Society (Dejusticia), Twaweza East Africa, and Global Integrity. They are supported by three resource organizations that promote practitioner-based evidence and learning in the TAP field broadly: the Accountability Research Center at American University (ARC), MIT Governance Lab (MIT GOV/LAB), and the Transparency and Accountability Initiative (TAI).

For more information on the Collaborative, refer to the Project Document, and the accompanying blog.

What is the Learning Collaborative?

Introduction Blog: Fostering Learning and Effectiveness through Collaboration:

A New Collaborative on Transparency, Accountability, and Participation"

Project Document: Linking Learning with Practice for Greater Transparency and Accountabiltiy

a Learning Collaborative

Learning Collaborative Theory of Change

Our work

Annual Report 2018: Global learning collaborative to link learning and practice for greater transparency and accountability

Learning to Learn as a Collaborative

Reflection blog on 2018: Five Musings on what makes for a Functional Learning Collaborative

Blog on activities 2019: Strategic Litigation of Dejusticia – Inward and Outward Learning

Learning and Reflections

Executive Summary – Supporting field-based learning for transparency and accountability initiatives. Lessons from the Learning Collaborative

Final Report – Supporting field-based learning for transparency and accountability initiatives. Lessons from the Learning Collaborative

Reflection on Learning Assessments: To Improve Learning, Invite Friendly Criticism

Cluster-level Blog: Dejusticia - Lessons for CSO on reforming international Human Rights Systems

Cluster-level Blog: Global Integrity - Learning into the future: our experience with partners

Cluster-level Blog: Dejusticia - Learning how to reinvent a partnership

Hub-level Blog: Global Integrity -Learning how to learn more effectively

One of the Collaborative’s primary aims was for each Hub to strengthen its organizational capacity for monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL), which was a key point of emphasis for Global Integrity.

Hub organizations

Resource organizations

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