One of the keys for success for innovative approaches is being user- and problem-centric. In the context of partnership, this means that, rather than viewing a situation through existing organisational lenses, it is important to develop a clear shared understanding of the problem to be solved, and of the intended user group.
The Partnering Initiative and Ethicore are hosting the Partnership Zone at Business Fights Poverty’s 2018 Event in Oxford on July 18th. “There has never been a more important time for businesses to rediscover and re-energise their fundamental purpose in society: embedding this in the way they do business, in how they engage with the communities […]
The Partnering Initiative and Ethicore will be hosting the Partnership Zone at Business Fights Poverty’s flagship Oxford Conference on 18 July, and we’re looking for the most innovative partnerships to feature during the Zone and beyond. By bringing together the diversity of resources, thinking and approaches of business, NGOs, investors, the UN and other development […]
For collaboration to contribute at scale to the SDGs, significant investment in the overall enabling infrastructure, capacity and environment for partnering is required By Darian Stibbe, Executive Director Collaboration across societal sectors has emerged as one of the defining concepts of international development in the 21st Century. Initially a response to the limitations of traditional state-led, […]
In 2017, the second year since the launch of the SDGs, TPI continued to build momentum around its vision for a world where cross-sector collaboration for the SDGs is mainstreamed, scaled and optimized. Global engagement and promoting cross-sector collaboration This year, alongside the International Chamber of Commerce, TPI led private sector engagement in the Global Partnership for Effective […]