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Knowledge in Action Podcast

Bringing together thinkers and doers for discussions around democracy, governance, and the green transition.

The Knowledge in Action Podcast (#KIAPodcasts) explores how knowledge becomes the driving force behind meaningful change, opening doors to new opportunities and inspiring progress across the globe.

Knowledge in Action Podcast, is brought to you in partnership between the MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation (MS TCDC) and the Danida Fellowship Centre (DFC) as part of the impactful Together for Impact initiative..

Building communities of practice with Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner 

The coordinators of the national Danida alumni networks recently joined a workshop led by the renowned social learning theorists, Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner. Together, they delved into the potential of community of practice skills in empowering network leadership to drive impactful change.

In this podcast, listen to Etienne and Beverly Wenger-Trayner talk about community of practice. 

Youth-Driven Climate Justice Framework 

In this discussion, we are looking at youth voices and climate justice by analysing what must be done to make climate actions a reality and promoting youth inclusion in climate actions influence decisions at regional and national levels and drive positive change within communities.

Mastering Self-Awareness and Management - A Key to Leading Others 

In this episode, we delve into the transformative power of self-awareness and its impact on effective leadership. Join us as we explore how being self-aware can inspire personal growth, resilience, and how it can be a key to inspiring and leading others.

Gender Inclusion in Politics 

In this episode we are dissecting:

  • Various forms of disempowerment that hinder women’s participation in decision-making processes
  • Some of the pathways to break down barriers and elevate women’s voices.

Gender Inclusion in Decision Making Processes

Did you know that despite playing a crucial role in food production, women own less than 10% of the factors shaping our sustenance?

Let us dissect these structural imbalances together – why do you think gender inclusion matters? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.


Harnessing Indigenous Knowledge for Climate Action

Discover the transformative power of indigenous wisdom and explore the synergy between researchers, journalists, and activists as they tackle the most pressing issue of our time: the climate crisis in this Knowledge in Action Podcast.

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