Learning from others in the form of fusion and adaptation of existing tools and approaches is very much part of evolving new participatory methods. This book discusses a wide and rich range of participatory methods, focussing on Reflect and the Internal Learning System (ILS). In the second part of the book, the authors reflect on what enables and constrains creativity, adaptation, and innovation, using examples of many different methodologies to illustrate their discussions. These reflections come from two broad perspectives: from innovators who have all worked principally as independent development consultants and advisors, and from researchers. These two common positions in the world of development and aid give rise to different challenges in creating and using participatory methodologies. Contributors: David Archer, Carlos Barahona, Robert Chambers, Dee Jupp, Darah Levy, Linda Mayoux, Sundaram Nagusundari, Maria Nandago, D. Narendranath, Kate Newman, Helzi Noponen, Joe Remenyi, Alice Welbourn.This book discusses a wide and rich range of participatory methods, focussing on Reflect and the Internal Learning System (ILS).
|Title||:||Springs of Participation|
|Author||:||Karen Brock, Jethro Pettit|
|Publisher||:||Practical Action Pub - 2007|