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Revision of Partnership Guidelines

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Micah Global Consultation Action: Invitation

Review of Partnership values and guidelines documents

We are very much looking forward to welcoming you to our global consultation in Manila in a few days’ time.  A main focus of our time together will be thinking afresh about partnership. A key output of the consultation will be a revised and updated version of our key partnership documents (Micah Partnership values and Micah partnership guidelines - originally developed in 2005.  Since this time there have been significant changes in context, both globally and locally and our experiences of partnership has grown and changed. We want these documents to reflect these changes and this experience. We would therefore be very grateful if you could take the time to answer the 4 questions below which we will then feed into the process. Please bring a hard copy of this form and submit it at the registration desk when you arrive for the consultation.  In addition if you have existing partnership related documents e.g. a partnership guidelines document for your own organisation that you think would be helpful for us to look at then do please email that to Mark Galpin (m.galpin@allnations.ac.uk).  We look forward to your input into this important process.

Download questionnaire here

See list if questions below

 

1. Name of organisation:                          (optional)

2. Organisational Identity. Do you consider yourself primarily to be a Supporting Partner (working through others) or an Implementing Partner (working directly supported financially and otherwise by others). Circle the relevant one. If neither / both please explain.

3.  What do you think are the key changes that have occurred in your context in the last few years that have affected the way you partner with others? (this could be changes in your own national context, or changes in the global context e.g. development, faith context etc.

4.   What changes do you think need to be made to the Partnership values document to better reflect the current context and Micah’s ideal of partnership? (this can include things that need to be taken out or added in to the document)

5.  What changes do you think need to be made to the Partnership guidelines document to better reflect the current context and Micah’s ideal of partnership? (this can include things that need to be taken out or added in to the document)

6. From your experience in the last 5 years, do you have an example of particularly good orparticularly poor partnership practice that you think it would be helpful to share with others?  (Please do not mention any names of people or organisations in doing this).