CLIP “Community Led Innovation Partnership” - is a partnership effort to deliver community-based innovation. CLIP aims to increase accessibility, accountability, and inclusiveness for the most at-risk groups in the process of emergency response and preparedness through community-led innovation.
Early learnings from community-led humanitarian innovation partnerships, through an anti-racist lens
Article | Created at 09 June 2022 | Admin
Through CLIP, YAKKUM Emergency Unit (YEU) organizes IDEAKSI (inclusive action innovation ideas) as a space to find and develop innovative solutions by community groups that enable communities, especially at-risk groups, to participate and be actively involved in the process of inclusive disaster management, climate change adaptation, and decision-making that impacts their lives.
The article entitled “Early learnings from community-led humanitarian innovation partnerships, through an anti racist lens” explains well about the main lessons from partnerships and innovation in inclusive humanitarian action, especially on how to:
1. Community-led innovation as a promising pathway
2. Shifting the paradigm
3. Prioritising relationships
4. Prioritising local ownership, knowledge, and expertise
5. Creating shared meaning and context
6. Recognising and balancing power
7. Co-designing frameworks and ways of working
The articles can be accessed through this link: https://odihpn.org/publication/early-learnings-from-community-led-humanitarian-innovation-partnerships-through-an-anti-racist-lens/