Content Evaluation
& Selection Criteria

Spark is a space for learning resource exchange, practice, preparation for action, research, and knowledge mobilization among civil society and independent media actors.
Learning resources available through Spark are developed by and for civil society and media institutions, networks and coalitions.
We are grateful that you are interested in Spark as a platform to share your resources. Your submission should support practitioners in understanding and gaining new knowledge, skills, and confidence in: Accountability & Anticorruption, Advocacy & Policy Reform, Civic Engagement, Digital Literacy & Combating Misinformation, Inclusive Development, Media & Journalist Development, Monitoring & Evaluation, or Organizational Development.
We accept learning resources in the following formats: PDF documents and audio and video files. If you are submitting courses or curriculum, these should apply various engagement techniques (i.e. question and answer, reflection or journaling, practice, observation).

To see if your resource is a good fit,
answer the questions below.

Content Evaluation & Selection Criteria

Answering “yes” to the above nine questions will result in the content being considered for hosting.

If you have questions,
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