Guest edited by Hannah Beardon and Kate Newman, this special issue explores how widely the impacts - or `ripples’ created from participatory processes spread. How do international development organisations use and manage the information, knowledge and perspectives generated through the participatory processes they initiate or fund? Are these experiences translated into wider organisational learning - and if so how - or why not? The issue includes articles from a wide range of development practitioners working in, or with, international development NGOs.
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