World YWCA’s approach to feedback from internal stakeholders

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What makes this practice exemplary?

A helpful illustrative example is provided, outlining how MAs, staff, and partner organisations provided input on the development of World YWCA’s Goal 2035. The Panel notes positively the efforts to obtain input from a diverse membership base and to gather feedback in several rounds of consultations over several years.  


Another example explains how a Sustainability and Affiliation Fee Task Force consulted with member associations through various means to gain input on their movement consultation.  The Panel suggests that World YWCA highlight specific decisions that were taken or changes that were made as a result of these consultations, to provide a full picture of how internal feedback is taken on board.  


Overall, World YWCA’s approach is identified as good practice. 

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