Change is afoot in India, as the debate on the role of business to support inclusive growth shifts from theory to implementation. The new landscape is one where companies are mandated by government to spend a proportion of their profits on CSR initiatives while major aid agencies are scaling down development funding for NGOs in the country.
TPI’s Certificate in Partnering Practice is now open for registration for participants who took part in the ‘Partners in Action’ training scheme which was run in collaboration with the United Nations System Staff College (UNSSC) between 2005 and 2008. The programme trained over 350 participants from around 40 UN agencies, as well as their partners […]
The Partnering Initiative will be taking part in two conferences in 2012: Making a Difference – Enhancing the Impact of Partnerships for the social good 3rd International Symposium on Cross Sector Social Interactions 24-25 May 2012, University of Erasmus, Rotterdam The agenda will focus on assessing the impact of partnerships, and Stuart Reid, TPI Senior […]
The 3 day training course ‘Essential Skills for Effective Partnering’ will be running 28-30th May this year in London. This 3 day course builds the skills and knowledge needed for effective multi-stakeholder collaboration and is for staff and consultants from all sectors. The course can optionally lead to participants gaining a Certificate in Partnering Practice. TPI runs a range […]
‘Partnership’ has been a buzzword in sustainable development for many years. Over time, however, it has become increasingly clear that these multi-stakeholder collaborations, while being energetically promoted, have been struggling to achieve their ambitious goals. Indeed, many struggle simply to become partnerships – in any meaningful sense of that word. The role key individuals play […]