To keep partners up-to-date with the Network Development Programme, we are providing regular updates to CEOs across the Network. We’ll keep collecting all of these messages here for you to view whenever you wish – click below to get started!
With a week to go before the feedback deadline, we review the NDP so far and look to the months ahead.
With all the Papers now available, the NDP Board are holding a series of Open Sessions to discuss them.
The final five Discussion Papers are now available for Partners to consider ahead of February 8th 2021.
Following feedback at the AEA Annual Conference, the Board has extended the consultation period to 8th February 2021.
In the final message before the AEA Annual Conference, the Discussion Papers are circulated for Partners to consider.
In this message we released the registration link for the AEA Annual Conference along with a summary of the itinerary for the day.
A save the date for the upcoming conference, along with a link to our list of opportunities for the Network to get involved in the NDP.
With the timeline now in place, this update includes a “save the date” for the upcoming November conference and links to the full PID.
Information on the creation of a timeline for the NDP as well as more information on the composition of the Board.
A brief update to share an Executive Summary of the PID with the network, along with an update of the NDPB’s plans for August.
An update on the PID and an early discussion of some of the “gritty issues” that emerged during the Big Conversation and will likely resurface.
News of the creation of the Network Development Programme in response to partner feedback, along with the Terms of Reference for the NDP Board.
We collected all of the feedback to the “Where Next” letter for Partners to view. This feedback underpins the Network Development Programme.
Partners had a number of questions in response to our “Where Next” letter. This update gives some guidance on offering feedback.
Our letter to Partners explaining why our Shared Strategy work would need to restart after the Big Conversation was paused by Covid-19.