In our workshops we use Rapid Action Learning (RAL) approaches to facilitate the sharing of good practices, methodologies and innovations.
Workshops provide a informal, inclusive and safe space for peer-to-peer sharing and learning and immediate reflection and planning for action using what has been learnt. We have seen that creating a safe ‘exploration space’ often leads to valuable connections, insights and concrete steps forward.
When organising and facilitating workshops we work with partners, consultants and practitioners, from across the sector and globe.
RAL approaches aim to draw attention to urgent knowledge gaps, blind spots and emerging questions, to support policymakers, practitioners and partners in responding swiftly to ground realities.
Read participant stories focused on the impact that the workshop had on their work, connections and goals.
Below we present RAL workshop reports which include actionable recommendations developed by the participants.