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Tool 4

Action Planning 

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Tool 4: Action Planning 

After the development of a collective understanding about the objectives of the group as well as the group’s social contract, participants could design in more detail the activities they want to implement together. Knowledge co-production is a key characteristic of participatory action research initiatives, as diverse actors come together to produce knowledge and enable collective learning. Therefore, the plan of activities needs to outline how this collective process of research, learning and action will take place. it is important to design activities considering spiral cycles of action learning (experience, understand, plan, act).  Tool 4 is designed to help to translate these cyclical processes into a set of actions.

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Principles & Steps of Participatory Action Research (PAR) 

Tool 4: Action Planning 

Further tool resources

Why do Participatory Action Research

David Dodman...Video credits/ introductory information to be uploaded