The Collaboration on Policy Manual is a practical resource for those interested in multi-sectoral, place-based policy answers to complex issues such as poverty reduction. It is organized into the following six chapters: assembling a community of practice; collaboration basics (e.g. types, governance etc.); benefits and challenges of collaboration; specific applications to policy work; creating an enabling environment for policy development; and, lessons learned. The manual also contains supporting articles, websites, story vignettes and references to provide readers with promising practices and current knowledge on collaboration on policy. Access the manual here.