The PIM Exchange Space, hosted by the Global Protection Cluster, is a forum for sharing PIM-related expertise, lessons learnt, as well as field stories and practices.
The aim is to bring together a range of perspectives on a problem or an issue, and ensure that relevant knowledge is accessible to those who need it. It is a space for knowledge, exchange and learning.
Who is it for?
GPC members interested in joining the discussion on PIM, including many “PIM Champions” who have completed the 5-day PIM training are, invited to join the GPC online Community of Practice and the PIM Exchange Space, in order to engage in exchanges on PIM application in practice.
What will we exchange?
Exchanges will be user-led and based on a wide range of protection data and information themes. You are encouraged to share PIM resources that you find helpful and interesting to your work, to start discussions, ask questions of your colleagues, and engage fully with this vast community of fellow humanitarian practitioners.
How to get involved?
Please register here and join the PIM Exchange Space. Following your registration, please visit the PIM Exchange Space here. An informative presentation on the platform is available here. If you would like to access a more detailed guide on using and accessing the PIM Community of Practice, please click here.
How to collaborate on the PIM Exchange Space?
- Post a question: Use the “post a question” form to ask the community for advice on challenges you’ve had in your day to day work, questions on training, information on good practices or a broader humanitarian challenge that you’d like your colleagues’ input on.
- Share your experiences: Look through everyone’s questions and challenges in the “View All Conversations” tab, and respond to the questions that you have experience with. Share your expertise and input with comments, votes, and additional questions.
We look forward to your participation on the PIM Exchange Space!