We curate knowledge and skills about Community Performance so that they can be shared with stakeholders. This includes original resources about Community Performance that we create with our Partners, and links to existing resources about Community Performance which we archive. This database of resources is available for Stakeholders to access for FREE* on our online database: www.performingdialogue.com
Please note that after you have viewed a selection of our material, you may be asked to create an online account with us. This online account is FREE* to set up – you will not be asked for payment to access any of our standard resources. By creating an account you help us to grow our network, and identify the most useful resources for our users. You can create an account here.
By creating an account you help us to grow our network, and identify the most useful resources for our users.
If you already have an account, click here to login.
You can also access your account details here.
Community Performance stakeholders who may be interested in joining our network include:
- academic institutions
- academic researchers
- civil society organisations such as NGOs
- community leaders
- cultural organisations
- field facilitators
- field workers
- governments and statutory service providers
- lobbying and advocacy organisations
- local authorities
- networks and associations
- participating communities, community groups and community members
- project commissioners
- sector professionals
- third sector agencies
If you have any questions or queries, or would like to discuss partnering with us, please do not hesitate to contact us.
If you are an Organisation interested in working with Dialogue to support and extend global capacity in Community Performance, please find more information about becoming a Strategic Partner here.
If you are an Organisation or Practitioner interested in working with Dialogue and currently using Community Performance in your work, please find more information about becoming a Stakeholder Partner here.
*Access and sharing of our materials is according to our Creative Commons Copyright Policy – click here for more information about this.