Events

  • Unicef’s new Minimum Standards for Community Engagement

    Unicef’s new Minimum Standards for Community Engagement

    A founding goal of our Movement has been to raise the profile of Community-led Development in mainstream development discourse. Unicef has taken a major step in that direction by developing and launching standards and indicators for community engagement in its programs. We were delighted to welcome Rania Elessawi, Communication for Development Specialist (Planning and Monitoring) […]


  • Action for Gender Equality

    Action for Gender Equality

    A special Learning Session In this year of Beijing+25 the session theme is Harnessing the power of Gender Equality featuring Geeta Rao Gupta (UNF and 3D), Hemlata Verma (ICRW) and Mary Kate Costello (THP). The full program with speaker bios and their slide decks are below.


  • Stopping As Success: January 2020 MCLD Meeting

    Stopping As Success: January 2020 MCLD Meeting

    Grace Boone of CDA Collaborative and David Yamron of Search for Common Ground were the special guests at our meeting today, briefing us on a project central to Community-led Development – “Stopping As Success: Transitioning to Locally Led Development.” The project website here has just gone live, and will feature 20 case studies and tools.


  • Co-Creating 2020

    Co-Creating 2020

  • Collective Impact

    Collective Impact

    November 2019 monthly global meeting of the Movement for Community-led Development, featuring a tutorial on Collective Impact 3.0 and the Water of System Change by Ann Hendrix-Jenkins, reports from participants at six international conferences, and news from East and West Africa country chapters. Click here to view the slide deck!


  • Standing for Human Dignity: #ShiftThePower by Transforming our Language and Actions

    Standing for Human Dignity: #ShiftThePower by Transforming our Language and Actions

    A full-day symposium on the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi Date: October 2, 2019 On the day he was assassinated, Mahatma Gandhi left behind a message – what he called a “talisman.” He said, we must think of the face of the poorest person we’ve ever seen and ask whether the action we contemplate will […]


  • Mexico’s Municipal School for Community-led Development

    Mexico’s Municipal School for Community-led Development

    The Hunger Project-Mexico has developed and implemented a comprehensive curriculum to empower local stakeholders in mobilizing communities to take change of their own development.


  • Learning from Failure

    Learning from Failure

    July 31, 2019 – Our Learning Working Group organized it’s second special learning event of the year. Objective: To build a culture of sharing and learning from failure as well as apply some standardized tools to help along the way. 10:00 am         Introduction, LWG co-chairs Sia Nowrojee, 3D Program for Girls […]


  • Citizen, Voice and Action (CVA)

    Citizen, Voice and Action (CVA)

    July 17, 2019 – Suzanne Cant of World Vision International presented their experience in social accountability via their CVA methodology.