Communities of Practice

These are peer-to-peer networks where the focus is on learning and building capacity and members interact virtually or in person to share knowledge, develop expertise, solve problems and advance their practice.

Case Studies

The Secretariat realised that there is a significant amount of actual practitioner experience that has NOT been properly documented in succinct, layman (non-academic) terminology. As such, the Centre will take significant time and resources to compile these case studies and best practices for hosting on the SSCOE website.

Discussion Portal

The Centre’s website will also facilitate live and virtual interactions between key stakeholders from small states to share best practices and experiences, pose questions and identify solutions, provide updates, etc. This place will also host the Centre’s blog which will encourage discussion of pertinent issues. These forums will be moderated by the Centre.

Peer-to-peer Networks

These are peer-to-peer networks where the focus is on learning and building capacity and members interact virtually or in person to share knowledge, develop expertise, solve problems and advance their practice. These would take the shape of platforms such as the Global Biennial Conference and other discussion forums that may either be conducted virtually or in-person.