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Minimum Standards for Engagement Consultation Group

**PLEASE NOTE THIS CONSULTATION HAS NOW CLOSED** UNICEF Communication for Development is seeking comment on draft documents outlining proposed minimum standards for community engagement and indicators for measurement for development and humanitarian practice. The ‘Development of Minimum Quality Standards and Indicators for Community Engagement Project’ emerges from a growing consensus on the need for improved evaluation and measurement of the impacts of community engagement, particularly in the wake of lessons learned during the 2014 – 16 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa. Through a wide-ranging consultative process, and building on current practice and evidence, UNICEF is currently developing a framework for community engagement that will support implementation of high quality, evidence-based community engagement in the development and humanitarian sector. Click the topic below to take part. The consultation will close on 17th December 2018. Please note, you will have to be a member of Mesh to join this consultation - click 'register' at the top of this page to join.

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Conversations from the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016)

From 18th to 22nd July 18 000 healthcare professionals, policy makers and social entrepreneurs will convene in Durban, South Africa for AIDS 2016, the 21st annual International AIDS conference. Themed ‘Access Equity Rights Now’, the conference will be focused on providing care to and engage with communities of marginalised people; left behind in the race to provide ART - sex workers, men who have sex with men, young people, and transgender people.   Issues such as tackling stigma and discrimination and providing support for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) will be a priority at the conference and this group will serve as a location to host further discussion around some of the topics that feature.

nikitasimpson1

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Hi Agnes, We ensure that our facilitation is bespoke to each group. This means that there will always be a split between the amount of time the facilitators spend actively educating their ...

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Introduce Yourself to the Mesh Network

This group has been created to allow group members to introduce themselves. Please use this group for any social chat, general questions and to describe what it is that you would most like to get out of this site, and from the network as a whole. 

helenlatchem

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Welcome Chris! Can you tell us a bit about what you do and your interest in community engagement?

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Working in Vaccine Hesitant Communities

A space to share experiences, literature and resources around working in communities where there is vaccine hesitancy. Join if you have something to share, are doing similar work or have questions around the issue.

pwilliams

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A discussion on vaccine hesitancy and the role of engagment in tackling this issuie within commuinites.

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'Newsletter Provocations'

 Newsletter Provocations  Newsletter Provocations Monthly discussions based on a resource shared on Mesh this month Join our discussion and share your thoughts. Whether you are an engagement practitioner or researcher or have other relevant experience we welcome your input. Please feel free to site any relevant projects or publications and we may include these in a future feature.

saggett

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In the article 'Evaluating public communication of science and technology: The case of the Ebola virus' the author found that religious institutions and actors could play three kinds or role in relation ...

4 years ago • Read full post