Pecha Kucha

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Pecha Kucha is an alternative presentation format that is based on a very simple idea : 20 images x 20 seconds,  a total time of 6 minutes and 40 seconds. The format makes presentations short and concise in order to stimulate audience attention.  Pecha Kucha originated in Tokyo in 2003 as an innovative way for young designers to meet, network and show their work in public. The upcoming Learning Link at the Centre is keen on integrating innovative presentation and facilitation methods. We hope to present some of the results of this upcoming event on this blog.

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From policy to practice – Is learning the missing link?

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Since the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness , a slew of events, statements and policy discussions have focused on the role of training and learning within the larger context of capacity development . As integral players in the development process, training and learning practitioners continue to encounter enormous obstacles in their attempts to enhance the operational effectiveness and to improve the impact of learning and training programmes, let alone meet the growing demands of measurement and knowledge management. It is time to put the tactics we promote into practice and to train each other in a participatory and experiential environment. From the 7-11, December the ITC-ILO will host the


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