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Date: 19.5.2017
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Improving the collaboration between NGOs and academics

In his short blog series, Duncan Green reflects an collaborations between NGOs and academics. His statement: collaboration between NGOs and academics ought to be easy, but proves difficult in practice. But where there is an obstacle there is always a chance to overcome it.

To learn more about the obstacles of collaboration between NGOs and Academics click here.

To learn more about the implications of system thinking as a chance for collaborations click here.

If you want to know how collaborations between practitioners and academics can be improved have a look here.

Duncan Green is strategic adviser for Oxfam GB and author of ‘From Poverty to Power’. His personal reflection in this blog series is not intended as a comprehensive statement of Oxfam’s agreed policies.

In his short blog series, Duncan Green reflects an collaborations between NGOs and academics. His statement: collaboration between NGOs and academics ought to be easy, but proves difficult in practice. But where there is an obstacle there is always a chance to overcome it.

To learn more about the obstacles of collaboration between NGOs and Academics click here.

To learn more about the implications of system thinking as a chance for collaborations click here.

If you want to know how collaborations between practitioners and academics can be improved have a look here.

Duncan Green is strategic adviser for Oxfam GB and author of ‘From Poverty to Power’. His personal reflection in this blog series is not intended as a comprehensive statement of Oxfam’s agreed policies.