Sure- Stage 1. formative hub process, Spring-Summer 2017 • Terms of Reference (ToR) drafted & finalised • Co-Chairs and Hub members identified • Hub officially launched & first meeting • Online JLI F&LC website presence established
Stage 2. Mapping (approx August 2017 – October 2018), as well as ongoing learning in the Hub • Specific ToR for Scoping Study agreed by members, with questions, processes and leads identified and confirmed. • Scoping process begun, first draft completed and circulated for members for feedback , document finalised and launched. Summary Policy Note developed, finalized and disseminated. • Powerpoint presentation on Scoping Report developed for use by Hub members in presentations • Members post resources on the web-based Hub page
Stage 3. Learning and sharing (across all three years of the project, 2017-2020) • Hub continues to meet with members sharing other learning and new projects at meetings and virtually via website. • New Hub members continue to join and sharing learning.
Stage 4: Training Research stage (over course of 2nd & 3rd years of the hub, 2018 - 2020) • Based on research in the scoping paper, women in peacebuilding training program will be developed and piloted within Nigeria. Other collaborations / partnerships will also be encouraged between potential funders, research institutions and other JLI members, to address gap areas and undertake discrete pieces of research. Other members can feed into this in terms of case studies, reviewing, assistance to find funding etc.
Stage 5: Dissemination & Training (over course of 2nd & 3rd years of the hub, 2018-2020) • JLI Hub findings on women in peacebuilding research is disseminated amongst members and also other external stakeholders. • Co-Chairs and Hub Members share insights from the Scoping Survey to public fora • Paper(s) submitted to peer-reviewed journal • Learning is internalised within member organisations as well as discussed across JLI Hubs