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03 June 2019 - News

Unpacking Institutional Change : Implications for P2P Learning

What actually drives institutional change?

We often fail to notice how institutional change that is visible from the outside is driven by incentives that act on deeply entrenched organisational beliefs, rules, norms, values & practices which are the root of institutional inertia.

Various organisational cultures will require different change models, but three ingredients are essential for success: Acceptance, Authority and ...

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20 May 2019 - News

P2P Learning and Partnerships in Civil Service Reforms

Formerly known as the National School of Government International (NSGI), the Government Partnerships International (GPI) was launched in 2018 by the UK government to provide peer-to-peer support to partner governments overseas and to help them deliver better public services to citizens. This work supports UK government objectives in fragile and developing countries by increasing the impact of aid interventions and ...

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13 May 2019 - News

Applying the PDIA Approach to Building PFM Capabilities in Africa

CABRI ( is a driver for PFM capability building across African countries. As an intergovernmental organization which focuses on value for money, public spending, and sustainable public debt, CABRI’s vision for achieving transparent, Accountable and Effective PFM is underpinned by the premise that:

  • The right identification of problems is crucial for successful PFM capability building,
  • Peer-to-peer exchanges ...
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30 April 2019 - News

Using Peer to Peer Partnerships to establish Associations of Local Authorities in Africa, the Case of Lesotho

We had the immense privilege at the 5th Annual meeting of the EIP (25-26 April 2019) to have as guest participant, Mr. Charles Patsika of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) of Africa. UCLG Africa is a Pan African Association of local governments and their national associations whose work is to promote decentralization in Africa. At the heart ...

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25-26 April 2019 - Event

EIP Annual Meeting 25-26 April 2019

The EIP Secretariat is delighted to confirm that the next EIP Annual Meeting will take place on 25 -26 April 2019, in Paris. 

Participants will have the opportunity to showcase their experience on peer to peer learning alliances, and discuss the EIP's new method of work and vision.


Any queries about the event can be directed to the Secretariat ...

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12-15 March 2019 - News

Sharing Experience on Local Governance and Sustaining Peace

EIP member DeLoG is organizing a Joint Learning Event on Local Governance and Sustaining Peace on March 12-15, 2019 in Brussels. The event is organised under the lead of UNDP, UNICEF and SDC and hosted by Enabel (Belgian Development Cooperation). For more information, visit their website here. Social media @DeloG_2030 & @EIP4DEV

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05 February 2019 - News

EIP Member Survey Report

 In 2018, the EIP Secretariat undertook a survey of EIP members, to ascertain their views on the EIP’s work and future strategic priorities. The key takeaways from the survey are:

1. The affirmation by members that the greatest value add of the EIP is its peer-to-peer learning model, which helps to incubate and disseminate policy knowledge and ideas among ...

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