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Trends in Collaboration: Lessons Learned from Sectoral Involvement in Departmental Policy Development (SIDPD) and Beyond
1.0 PURPOSE OF THE REPORT
The Sectoral Involvement in Departmental Policy Development (SIDPD) is the largest component of the Voluntary Sector Initiative (VSI). For that reason there is a need to identify and disseminate lessons learned from the SIDPD projects to enable government and voluntary sector organizations and other key stakeholders to benefit from and use the lessons learned to date.
For this reason, an analysis of the reports from SIDPD projects was undertaken in early 2005, which identified common issues for consideration, good practices and emerging themes around collaboration.
This report on the analysis will be used as the basis for further dissemination of the key
learnings. As part of the dissemination, a meeting was held in March 2005 with representatives
from government, the voluntary sector and other stakeholders to discuss the findings and further
clarify the key lessons learned and strategies for moving the combined learning forward.
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|Last Updated: 2013-05-22|