Fostering Country Ownership through South-South Capacity Building

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South-South capacity building can promote country ownership in tackling climate action challenges. Through the Open Space Design (OSD), participants will discuss examples, good practices, and challenges, fostering shared learning and informing the work of the PCCB. Join us to create an organic and emergent agenda!


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Fostering Country Ownership through South-South Capacity Building

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  1. 5th FOSTERING COUNTRY OWNERSHIP THROUGH SOUTH-SOUTH CAPACITY-BUILDING

  2. PARIS COMMITTEE ON CAPACITY-BUILDING Paris Committee on Capacity-building

  3. PCCB TECHNICAL PAPER ENHANCING THE OWNERSHIP OF DEVELOPING COUNTRIES OF BUILDING AND MAINTAINING CAPACITY FOR CLIMATE ACTION PCCB Technical paper

  4. 6TH UNFCCC CAPACITY-BUILDING TALK BUILDING CAPACITY FOR CLIMATE ACTION THROUGH SOUTH-SOUTH COOPERATION 6th Capacity-building Talk Recording and summary report

  5. INTRODUCTION TO OPEN SPACE EVENTS

  6. This South-South Capacities Day Event Event Theme Fostering country ownership through South-South capacity- building Event Objectives This event aims to gather, explore and discuss examples, good practice and challenges of fostering country ownership through South-South capacity-building. Through the applied Open Space Design (OSD), this event provides a space and platform for participants to create their own organic and emergent agenda related to the event theme. This event seeks to foster shared learning among participants and to directly inform the work of the PCCB, such as its annual recommendations to the COP and the CMA and its work at the regional level.

  7. Open Space Design (OSD) OSD is participatory. It emphasizes talking with rather than talking at; sharing and engaging rather than show and tell. OSD features scheduled themes with the participants proposing topics for discussion that relate to that theme. OSD draws on the knowledge, experience, and curiosity of everyone in the room. No knowledge or field is privileged. OSD topic discussions are often like think tanks where topic participants can address matters of importance such as project ideas, interests and concerns, gaps and needs, proposed actions -- in a shared learning environment. Event Theme Fostering country ownership through South-South capacity- building

  8. Open Space Design (OSD) Principles One. Whoever participates are the right people. Two. Whenever the discussion begins is the right time. Three. When it is over it is over. Four. Whatever happens is the only thing that could have happened. Five. People have MM (Motive to Move) - the freedom to move to another group if they are not learning and engaging

  9. 5th Join our community of stakeholders in the UNFCCC Capacity- building LinkedIn group We look forward to your submission to the PCCB call of tools and methodologies for assessing and addressing capacity gaps and needs related to accessing climate finance

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