Toolkits

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Toolkit five: self-guided learning exercises

Toolkit five: self-guided learning exercises

In this toolkit, we offer eight self-guided exercises to help you go deeper into key topics and skills for catalysing systemic change:

  • Experimentation and learning,
  • Scaling – especially scaling deep,
  • Connecting social and ecological systems approaches,
  • Exploring and challenging dominant economic systems,
  • Working with uncertainty,
  • Understanding and dealing with wicked problems,
  • Caring for oneself as a changemaker, and
  • Evaluating in complex contexts.

Each worksheet can be downloaded so that you can work offline and at your own pace. And each is only a beginning, but points to resources that can lead you much further, as you are ready to go deeper.

Acknowledgements: This toolkit was created by the Interaktiv kapacitetsutveckling för systeminnovation i utvecklingssamarbete/Interactive capacity development for system innovation in development co-operation​ (IXUS) collaboration, supported by a grant from Sida, and building upon thought leadership in a number of changemaker programmes from the Stockholm Resilience Centre, University of Cape Town, Adapt, Southern Africa Food Labs, University of Waterloo, and University of Victoria.

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Chapter 1

Self-guided learning exercises

Worksheets

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