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THE GLOBAL OPERATING PLAN FOR. MOVEMENT STRENGTHENING. MEXICO 2002. NEW STRATEGIC. Enable the world-wide movement to act on a collective basis to build the capacity of YMCAs to respond to the needs of young people and their communities. DIRECTION. FOR THE WORLD ALLIANCE.

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THE GLOBAL OPERATING PLAN FOR

MOVEMENT STRENGTHENING


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MEXICO 2002

NEW STRATEGIC

Enable the world-widemovement to act on acollective basis to build the capacity of YMCAs to respond to the needs of young people and their communities.

DIRECTION

FOR THE WORLD ALLIANCE

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2003: THE FIRST GLOBAL OPERATING PLAN FORMOVEMENT STRENGTHENING (GOP)

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A MAJOR PARADIGM SHIFT

FROM

TO

Multilateral cooperation and self-reliance

Bilateral dependence

Everyone gives, everyone gains

Some give, some receive

Multidirectional with increasing South/South

North/South

A model of mutual support and inspirationequal partnership

Support to the weakest donor/recipient

Crisis management

Long-term movement strengthening

Coordinated efforts

Overlapping efforts/duplications

Focused on the needs of the GOP country

Focused on donors agenda

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TWO MAJOR STRATEGIES

Country Focus strategy

 Knowledge Focus strategy

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DURBAN 2006MOVEMENT STRENGTHENING SUMMIT

Main characteristics of GOP II

Re-affirmation of multi-lateralism

Five categories of Movement Strengths

Three main components: - resource mobilisation- evaluation and monitoring- communications

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GOP FOCUS COUNTRIES

AfricaAsia and PacificEurope Latin America and Caribbean

Africa Alliance (2003), Ethiopia (2003), Gambia (2004), Ghana (2004), Madagascar (2008), Sierra Leone (2003), Togo (2008), South Africa (2008), Zambia (2008).East Timor or Timor Leste (2006 and reorganized in 2009), Philippines (2008), Cambodia (2009), Indonesia (2010), Vietnam (2010 under preparation), Bangladesh (2010 under preparation).

Albania, Belarus, Georgia, Russia, Ukraine, FYR Macedonia.LACA, Sub regional GOP focus on Central America (2009), Sub regional GOP focus on the Caribbean.

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A SUCCESS STORY

“GOP has changed the nature of the conversation”

“360 degrees” learning

New impetus, vision and vibrancy

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PARTNERSHIP FOR MOVEMENT STRENGTHENING

Good coordination and communication is key

GOP knowledge and ownership

Alignment to Movement Strengthening

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“GOOD YMCA PARTNERSHIP” PRINCIPLES

Partnerships have shared objectives and a clear purpose

Partnerships should focus on mutual learning and commit time and effort to intercultural learning and understanding

Partnerships should take a long-term view and always aim for movement strengthening and sustainability

Partnerships should share local realities, working conditions, strengths and weaknesses

Partners agree to and align to a shared vision and direction

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LEARNING FROM GOP

GOP is a deep process

No “one-size-fits-all” instrument

Methods and strategies evolve over time

A will for change

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LEARNING FROM GOP

Entry criteria?

Importance of getting to the local level

Progress at different speeds

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IMPACT ON MISSION CLARITY

Revue of mission statements

Sharper vision

New strategic plans

Challenge 21

A demonstrable impact on mission clarity

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PROGRAMME RELEVANCE

Developing project management skills

Increased networking and partnerships

Huge growth in new initiatives

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INSTITUTIONAL VIABILITY

Youth leadership: the key for sustainability

Common leadership training standards

Strong leadership is vital

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INSTITUTIONAL VIABILITY

Increase and diversification of income

Funding for capacity building

Positive impact on membership growth

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KNOWLEDGE SHARING

Communities of YMCA practitioners through web-based platforms

A unique opportunity for the YMCA

The culture of knowledge exchange

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KNOWLEDGE SHARING

Tools and Good Practice Libraryhttp://www.ymca.int/extranet.0.html

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KNOWLEDGE SHARING

YMCA Global Online Community

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CONCLUSION

  • Strategies are evolving

  • Measurement of impact is key

  • Competent and visionary leaders, with focus on young people

  • Resource Mobilisation

  • New ways of sharing knowledge

  • Full Commitment to Movement Strengthening

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THE GLOBAL OPERATING PLAN FOR

MOVEMENT STRENGTHENING


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