How can NGOs change their mindset and break the us-and-them deadlock of business / public health relations, in order to tackle the challenge of NCDs? Without a more productive basis for private sector engagement, we will collectively fail to meet the challenge of NCDs, and ultimately the SDGs. More
The Partnering Initiative is an independent not-for-profit at the forefront of driving innovative cross-sectoral collaborative action for a sustainable future.
Building the infrastructure, capacities and standards required to scale up collaboration globally as an essential mechanism to achieve business, societal and environmental prosperity
Developing individuals’ professional competencies; building organisations’ partnering strategy, systems and culture; and supporting partnership development and review
TPI’s action research pushes the boundaries of the theory and practice of partnering; supports the development of tools and guides; and facilitates the exchange of knowledge and experience of partnership practitioners worldwide.
The Global Goals’ scope, scale and interlinkages raise some key questions about the effective means of implementation. Can systems thinking and multi-stakeholder partnerships help us manage complexity and diversity for a prosperous and sustainable world? More
The SDGs require an unprecedented level of collaboration across sectors to succeed. But what is the vision for such a collaborative world? And what do we need to achieve the vision? More
Our flagship training course, Building Effective Partnerships for Sustainable Development, develops the essential skills, knowledge and understanding for effective cross-sector partnering. Running in New York in May and on the road later this year... watch this space! More
TPI's mission is to unleash the power of partnership for a prosperous and sustainable future. It does this through cutting-edge action research, building individual and organisational capacity to partner with excellence, the development of partnering standards and building the platforms and structures globally required to mainstream collaboration.