The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) created the "Share, Learn, Innovate!" toolkit to present methods, tools and technologies to enhance knowledge sharing.
The toolkit acknowledges multiple experiences and perspectives and aims to be a catalyst for action. It collects the explicit knowledge of the organization, making it accessible, while simultaneously connecting tacit knowledge that is not codified but grounded in the experiences of practitioners.
The Share, learn, innovate! toolkit consists of instructional sheets on 21 knowledge sharing methods and 11 technologies, as well as a general introduction to knowledge management. In addition, it provides practical guidance about when and how to apply the tools as well as links to external resources and use cases. The toolkit has entry points for a range of activities, suggesting methods and technologies that can be used to address specific needs and objectives (e.g. "generate or share knowledge" or "support communities and networks of practice").