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To ask people and organisations to work in partnership is to ask them to adopt new ways of working and to accept a degree of collective control over their activities. 4 Conflict resolution mechanisms. Bringing people together in partnership, often with divergent views on issues, leads to conflicts within the group. 5 Collaboration. The ability to work collaboratively and take collective responsibility for decisions reached is vital for effective partnership working. 6 Clarity of objectives and responsibilities.
G. youth workers – are able to contribute complementary approaches to learning. Learning can be given a ‘reality check’ by taking the learners to locations where the result of the learning is in practical use.