04 Jun

Making learning work: Digital tools for the Security and Rule of Law Sector

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Are you driven to advance programmatic learning? We invite you to join KPSRL and Propel in our research initiative, "Tools for Programmatic Learning” on June 4th at 14:000, CET (postponed from May 21).


The Programmatic Learning Instrument (PLI) plays a crucial role at the Knowledge Platform Security & Rule of Law (KPSRL), aiming to enhance learning and capacity building in the Security and Rule of Law (SRoL) sector. Our collaboration with Propel aims to explore how tools can effectively enhance learning outcomes. This initiative is a pivotal part of our broader engagement with the Propel Community of Practice (CoP), a dynamic group dedicated to fostering collective impact in international development.

Our research aims to evaluate the role of tools, particularly Propel, in supporting programmatic learning initiatives within the SRoL sector. By analysing Propel's functionality and alignment with partner organizations' needs, we seek to identify areas of success and improvement, ultimately providing actionable recommendations for optimizing programmatic learning within the SRoL sector. With this being said, our joint research endeavour seeks to deepen the understanding of using tools - such as Propel - within the realm of the Security and Rule of Law (SRoL) sector and their role for programmatic learning.

This Event

We invite you to join us in this phase of the research project to validate and reflect on the initial findings. Join us on June 4th, 2024 at 14:00 (CET), for a 90-minute collaborative session for the second webinar of this trajectory to hear more challenges and opportunities to enhance the role of tools in programmatic learning.  We will provide an overview of our research collaboration, uncovering the role of tools for programmatic learning and cover two main objectives during the session:

  1. Unpack challenges and opportunities for programmatic learning identified through engagement with different actors as part of the research;
  2. Launch of the Community of Practice.

We aim to explore the findings together and provide practical insights about how to do programmatic learning more effectively.

Click here to download the pdf with more information. 

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