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M&E - Measuring Power Shifts

M&E - Measuring Power Shifts

Unequal power is a structural cause of inequality, injustice and poverty. This toolbox is intended to familiarise practitioners with the concept of power, supporting efforts to measure shifts in power and to understand how and when they occur.

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UPS - Alternative forms of power: within, with,...

Another way of analysing power is through looking at four forms of power: Power within – self-worth, dignityPower with – collec...

UPS - Forms of power: visible, hidden, invisible

Visible power: observable decision makingVisible power relates particularly to the public or political sphere where formal deci...

UPS - Levels of power: local, national, interna...

Power can very rarely be understood in a single location, without looking at the inter-relationships between how power operates...

UPS - Public, private and personal (intimate) p...

Taking a women’s rights perspective in all our work means that we need to draw on gender theory in our analysis of power.  This...

UPS - Spaces of power: closed, invited and created

Another way of looking at power is in terms of the different types of space that exist to influence decision-making. There are ...

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