The APC network has newly adopted a strategic plan that includes five familiar areas of focus. These strategic priorities will be championed by five leads in the APC staff. APCNews interviewed the KRA leads and asked about the opportunities and challenges that we expect in the coming years.
This document provides an overview of the strategic planning process and the challenges and social context APC members and other civil society networks are currently grappling with.
This document represents APC’s broad strategic framework for 2009-10, based on the priorities identified by APC members in late 2007 at the member meeting in Rio de Janeiro (November 2007). It follows on APC’s previous strategic cycle, 2004-8 which was based on priorities identified by members at the Cartagena member meeting in November 2003.
The framework, strategies and plans included in this document incorporates input on a draft plan presented to APC members in December 2008 during an online council meeting.
Since our inception, APC has been combining grass roots initiatives with local and national impact, with global experiences that amplify these impacts. An example of this is Take Back the Tech! – an international campaign that uses technology to fight against violence against women. We present this and other initiatives that the network hopes to be carrying on the next four years.
This is a shortened version of APC's Strategic Action Plan for 2009-2012. It presents APC's strategic priorities, strategies, APC-wide activities and the organisations and groups we hope to engage with during the four-year period. It also includes a brief overview of the strategic planning process, and information about APC.