5 key institutional change areas for adopting a social learning methodology with CCAFS and the CGIAR system: a synthesis paper
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Carlile L. 2013. 5 key institutional change areas for adopting a social learning methodology with CCAFS and the CGIAR system: a synthesis paper. Synthesis of ideas from the CCAFS-ILRI Workshop on Communications and Social Learning in Climate Change, held 8-10 May 2012. Copenhagen, Denmark: CGIAR Research Program on Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS).
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The CGIAR Research Programme on Climate Change Agriculture and Food Security (CCAFS) is co-constructing a strategy for Climate Change Communication and Social Learning (CCSL). Not to be confused with the general CCAFS Communication Strategy for disseminating materials and raising profile etc, CCSL is about an attempt to fundamentally change how CGIAR scientists and the communities they work with and for, communicate their shared knowledge and experience and learn together. It is about ensuring a relevant and dynamic transformative change that truly recognises the needs of communities facing the harsh realities of climate change today not just in 50 years time.