All articles for the topic: Participatory design

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Co-producing climate knowledge

'Co-production’ of climate knowledge is far from easy to achieve in practice. This article looks at what we mean by 'co-production', the challenges involved, and how we can move forward.

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Designing Knowledge Coproduction for Climate and Development

This paper explores the ways climate and development researchers are using knowledge co-production approaches and the extent to which the approaches are reaching their potential.

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M&E Toolkit: PVMSC for facilitators

PVMSC provides a participatory approach to monitoring, evaluation and learning that amplifies the voices of participants and helps organisations to better understand and improve their programmes

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Climate change adaptation and youth leadership

This case study explored the application of the eco-village model in coastal and islet villages around Dompu, West, Nusa Tenggara (Lesser Sunda Islands), Indonesia.

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Cameroon TNS Baseline - Key Methodological Approaches

Methodological Approaches from the COBAM project.

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Barriers to Participation

This publication outlines the main obstacles that may be encountered when trying to plan and implement participatory processes.

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Involving Stakeholders

Stakeholder participation can be used to democratise science and empower citizens, to inform policy making and to advise decision-making processes.

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Participatory Processes

What are participatory processes? The main purpose, and the power, of any participatory approach, is reflection on the material generated to identify what has real meaning, and thus to ensure that the information that comes out of discussions results in real action.

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Community participation and monitoring

An effective participatory development depends on good practice in three areas: respect of basic principles, design of a good process and good selection of tools or methods.

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