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Date: 31.1.2018
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Something for everyone: The new ARSP Journal is here!

The annual Annual Review of Social Partnerships Journal (ARSP) is back. On 140 pages, 30 partnership experts report on the latest partnering topics.

Content includes:

• An overview of more than 100 publications on partnerships from the years 2016/2017;
• A breakdown of cross-sectoral competences and additional resources for learning in and through partnerships;
• Food for thought on how multi-stakeholder partnerships can be made more successful;
• Many practical examples of leadership in the context of cooperation;
• And much more can be found here.

The ARSP is a collaboration between academics and partnership practitioners. Their focus is on collaboration as the key to solving social problems such as climate change, poverty, enviornmental degradation and more. First published in 2006 by an independent group of academics and practitioners, it combines academic theory with practical experience all in the pursuit of promoting social good. Its goal is to inform, share, inspire, educate and train on the topic of partnerships.

The annual Annual Review of Social Partnerships Journal (ARSP) is back. On 140 pages, 30 partnership experts report on the latest partnering topics.

Content includes:

• An overview of more than 100 publications on partnerships from the years 2016/2017;
• A breakdown of cross-sectoral competences and additional resources for learning in and through partnerships;
• Food for thought on how multi-stakeholder partnerships can be made more successful;
• Many practical examples of leadership in the context of cooperation;
• And much more can be found here.

The ARSP is a collaboration between academics and partnership practitioners. Their focus is on collaboration as the key to solving social problems such as climate change, poverty, enviornmental degradation and more. First published in 2006 by an independent group of academics and practitioners, it combines academic theory with practical experience all in the pursuit of promoting social good. Its goal is to inform, share, inspire, educate and train on the topic of partnerships.