Institutional Learning

OEF Research believes that effective programming should be empirically grounded. Through our program on institutional learning, OEF Research promotes transparency, accountability, and best practices in collaborative approaches to improving governance mechanisms and supports other OEF programs by identifying trends, strengths, and areas for improvement in their respective pursuits to contribute to lasting peace.

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Multi-stakeholder Collaboration Fact Sheet

Fact Sheet: Multi-stakeholder Collaboration

Written by Kelsey Coolidge, Conor Seyle, OEF Research on April 20, 2017

This guide was produced by the Stanley Foundation in collaboration with the Stimson Center. It reviews findings from a seven week consultation process with eighty-two professionals working in global governance.

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A Gap Exists in Research and Implementation

A Gap Exists! (But it is Smaller and More Specific Than You Think)

Written by Lindsay Heger, Chris Cyr on November 7, 2014

In recent decades, many who are involved in international relations and foreign policy have bemoaned the increasing divide between what practitioners do and the issues scholars research.

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