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Семинаре по искусству обмена знаниями для организаций гражданского общества.


The GEF Secretariat is pleased to announce a call for applications to civil society organizations and indigenous peoples and local communities to participate in a virtual workshop on the Art of Knowledge Exchange for Civil Society Organizations.

A first workshop will take place on November 18, 2020 at 8 a.m. (New York, GMT-4) for English-speaking audiences, and will be followed by subsequent workshops in the first and second quarter of 2021, in English, Spanish and French.

The first online workshop with a duration of 4 hours is a redesign of the face to face globally delivered and successful workshop and will introduce the participants to a simple model for a results-focused knowledge exchange which they can easily master and apply to achieve measurable results from their knowledge exchange. It will also help the participants learn how to identify the right knowledge exchange instruments and activities and how to use them to get the results they want from their knowledge exchange.

Target Audience

The Art of Knowledge Exchange Workshop is aimed at engaging civil society, indigenous peoples and local communities who wish to broker knowledge exchange between seekers and providers of knowledge and expertise related to the environment.


If you are a member of a civil society organization, indigenous peoples or local community working on the environment and on issues pertaining to knowledge exchange, learning and knowledge, or capacity development, please apply to participate in the workshop on the following link: http://www.thegef.org/events/art-knowledge-exchange-csos

Please note that in order to make the workshop very interactive and useful for participants, there will be a limit of 30 participants per workshop. We will try to fulfill the demand with subsequent workshops.

More information is attached and below:

The Art of Knowledge Exchange Workshop will:

  • provide you with a systematic framework/model which you can easily use and master to get the results you want from your knowledge exchange initiatives
  • introduce you to a instruments and activities you can use to design your knowledge exchange initiatives.
  • provide practical examples of how environmental development practitioners, regions, partners, CSOs and CBOs have integrated knowledge exchange within the context of the GEF or engaged with the GEF


You will walk away with a good understanding of:

  • the role of Knowledge Exchange in the context of environmental development
  • how to use a systematic and results-focused approach to Knowledge Exchange
  • a range of instruments and activities that contribute to a successful Knowledge Exchange