Workshop on Impact and Impact Assessment of Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MSP) Support Platforms
Together with ALIARSE, a platform and facilitator for public-private partnerships, Partnerships2030 organised a workshop in San José, Costa Rica, from November 13 to 15, 2019. The workshop with 16 participants from 9 countries took place within the Partnerships2030 Community. The Partnerships2030 Community is made up of actors who work on cross-cutting issues in multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) and partnership platforms. The Community maintains a regular exchange and holds annual workshops focusing on topics related to MSPs and MSP support platforms.
Esteban Ginzález I © GIZ/ Esteban González
The focus of this year’s workshop was on impact and impact assessment of MSP Support Platforms. The participants met for three days with the aim of establishing a common language of impact assessment relating to MSP Support Platforms as well as to lay out the current state of the art in academia and practice, to discuss gaps and to identify needs that can drive further work. Case studies of different impact assessment platforms were presented and discussed. Furthermore, a common tool was developed, which for the first time allows a classification of MSP Support Platforms, hybrid forms and multi-stakeholder partnerships. Please click here for the tips and tricks from research and practice on impact assessment.
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