Announcing the all new exciting format of TheWorkshop 2016- Skilll building Workshop followed by a Two day Commune. TheWorkshop 2016 is being held in New Delhi from September 3rd to 10th, 2016.




The Two day Commune will be held on 9th and 10th September, preceeded by a Skill Building Workshop which will run from 3rd to 8th September. The Skill Building Workshop will be a resedential programme facilitated by experts in the field of participatory development. The Two Day Commune will be a series of thematic sessions with sector experts on community development.


 3rd to 8th September 2016
Skill Building Workshop



9th and 10th September 2016
Two day Commune
Day 1: Schedule to be announced
Day 2: Schedule to be announced


 About Praxis:

'Praxis ... remains one of the largest proponents of PRA networking through their biannual (sic) PRA thematic workshops… These practitioners' networks, as I learned later, were a very important strategy for the spread of out and were also mechanisms for facilitating reflections and learning to ensure good practice of participatory methods. Robert (Chambers) was very passionate about them…'


Quoted from Networking: Building a Global Movement for PRA and other Participatory Methods by Samuel Musembi Musyoki in Revolutionizing Development: Reflections on the work of Robert Chambers (2011) ed. Andrea Cornwall and Ian Scoones.


The thematic workshop is an annual residential event that brings  together development workers, policy makers and proactive individuals from across the world to learn, share and grow in the field of participatory development. It provides a theoretical understanding of participatory approaches/tools as well as the opportunity to apply them in the field.


About  TheWorkshop:

In the past 19 years, the workshop has attracted close to 1470 participants from 47 countries. Among them are policy makers, development professionals from INGOs, NGOs and CBOs students and proactive individuals.

Past Modules have included Public Accountability, Community-Led Local Level Planning, Training of Trainers, Project Management, Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation, Participatory Methods and Approaches and Participatory Poverty Assessment.