Community

ALIGN brings together a ‘Community of Practice’ (CoP) to contribute to shared learning and innovation on gender norms.

As defined by Etienne Wenger (1998), ‘Communities of practice are formed by people who engage in a process of collective learning in a shared domain… enabling connections among people across formal structures.’

Through the digital platform and in-country convening, ALIGN aims to foster a sense of community and encourage collaboration and shared learning across a range of stakeholders who may not otherwise be connected, and who can benefit from, and contribute to, learning and innovation on gender norms and norm change.

On the ALIGN platform we highlight various projects and programmes which are actively working to challenge and change gender norms.

To suggest a project or programme to be profiled on the platform please contact us.