Effective approaches Twitter chat

Date

Thursday 3 September 2015, 13.00 (UK Time)

Hashtag

#DFIDCSPR

Hosts

@bondngo - Bond
@DFID_Inclusive - DFID Inclusive Societies team

Panellists

@tripleline - Triple Line
@stephenblakeley - Stephen Blakeley, KPMG
@tim4mango - Tim Boyes-Watson, Mango
@simonmaxwell001 - Simon Maxwell, ODI
@Halloran_B - Brendan Halloran, Transparency Accountability Initiative
@knightjo2011 - Jo Knight, ActionAid UK
@ElliejHarrison - Eleanor Harrison,  Global Giving
@hubcymruafrica Brân Devey, Hub Cymru Africa
@NIDOSNetwork NIDOS
@StarsFdn - Alex Christopoulos, Stars Foundation
@FairtradePolicy - Tim Aldred, Fairtrade foundation

Programme

The DFID Civil Society Partnership Review (CSPR) team will be using five lines of enquiry to structure its engagement. The fourth one is effective approaches.

Many CSOs are facing an uncertain and changing future as highlighted in Bond's Fast Forward report.

In this week's Twitter chat we will explore what type and quality of funding instruments and partnership approaches are most effective for DFID and CSOs in meeting common objectives and why? How could these be improved?

You can catch up on how the Twitter chat went by viewing the storify here. You can also follow how the conversation went at #DFIDCSPR on Twitter.