Taken from the INASP website > News
INASP staff, partners and associates from around the world met in Oxford to think about our approaches to capacity building and how INASP can continue to build on its strong track record of supporting the production, sharing and use of research knowledge in the South.
On Monday 4 April, INASP staff and partners met to discuss INASP’s strategy and plans for the coming years. The meeting addressed key themes of capacity building, convening and influencing. It included presentations on: online learning; mentoring; knowledge cafes; policy dialogues; and influencing work through Publishers for Development and the Think.Check.Submit. campaign.
The strategy day was intended as a way to involve INASP’s associates and partners in INASP’s new strategy and to highlight the importance of working across the system and ensuring collaboration and coordination between our areas of work.
The Strategy Day was followed by a four-day Training of Trainers (ToT) workshop from 5 to 8 April.
INASP’s approach to face-to-face training over recent years is discussed in a new Learning, Reflections, and Innovation paper.
The meetings included professionals from Ghana, Kenya, the USA, Mexico, India and Zimbabwe.
Chipo Msengezi, ITOCA