The Partnering Toolbook builds on the experience of those who have been at the forefront of innovative partnerships and offers a concise overview of the essential elements that make for effective partnering.
This study explores how communities and companies can engage in co-planning and monitoring to ensure sustainable local development benefits from the extraction of resources. Within the context of a spectrum of participation a variety of tools and mechanisms are presented in the paper. Some of these tools have been used primarily in the public sector, however companies stand to benefit from the tools in forms that are adapted to context, as they are potential vehicles to increase transparency, and thus accountability of companies, communities and governments.
Talking the Walk takes a highly practical look at the realities of communicating in and about partnership. Combining a series of tools, case studies reflecting the experience of a range of practitioners in the field, and original thought pieces, it is designed to anticipate the communication challenges faced by partnership practitioners and build the skills to meet these challenges.