Active Communities of Practice
Iraqi Knowledge Sharing Platform
Search For Common Ground’s (Search) Iraqi Community of Practice (CoP) brings together organizations in the fields of democracy, human rights, and governance, fostering increased strategic coordination, capacity strengthening, and learning. The CoP is composed of 20+ organizations and their local sub-grantees, implementing projects in Iraq.
Stopping As Success
Stopping As Success (SAS+) is a collaborative learning project that looks into how to make INGO transitions more responsible. The project, now in its second phase, aims to enable development partnerships to be more locally led, for transitions to be more effective and sustainable for local people, and for development practitioners to be more responsive to local dynamics. The SAS+ project team consists of Peace Direct, Search for Common Ground and CDA Collaborative Learning.
Legacy Communities of Practice
A community platform for collaboration and the sharing of best practices in Human Rights programming.
A global community of practitioners, donors, and academics who aim to improve conflict sensitive development programming by collecting and building knowledge on a diverse set of materials, experiences, and reflections.
The EIAP aims to foster discussion on how inter-religious efforts can be most effective in contributing to peacebuilding and development processes. They seek to understand how to evaluate inter-religious action and what best practices exist on how it can contribute to larger peacebuilding and development efforts.
This community of experts came together to help bridge the gap between academic research and peacebuilding practice. Explore their Online Field Guide, which provides foundational materials and tools to help with the design and implementation of evaluations.
The purpose of this CoP was to promote resources connected to Developmental Evaluation and showcase best practices, tools, and templates for implementing a Developmental Evaluation.
This community of practice created an interactive space for sharing best and emerging practices on how to monitor and evaluate peacebuilding programs.
In 2016, practitioners came together in Cape Town to use human-centered design principles to create solutions to barriers to participation and inclusion in evaluation.
This was an eight week mentorship program for professionals in the peacebuilding, development, and humanitarian fields. The PEACE Project connected new, emerging and aspiring practitioners and evaluators with experienced mentors.