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Reflection-Action Cycle

Reflection-Action Cycle

In Reflection-Action we aim to build a cycle of reflection and action. We then encourage reflection on that action, new analysis and new actions. The cycle includes four main stages as outlined in this video: https://youtu.be/LSppEcY0cUU.

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R-A cycle 1 - Understanding the context

In order to gain a deeper political understanding of their context or of a particular issue, exploring their reality and identi...

R-A cycle 2 - Identifying and prioritizing an i...

Following an in depth analysis of their context, Reflection-Action participants will come together to identify the problem or r...

R-A cycle 3 - Action

Based on an in depth analysis of their context and a strong understanding of how and why their rights are being violated, commu...

R-A cycle 4 - Participatory monitoring & evalua...

Ongoing monitoring and evaluation are essential in order to ensure that organisations are able to:learn from experienceadapt pl...

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