The challenge of promoting and supporting partnering for a better world, professionalising partnering strategies and mistaking fundraising for partnering.
The launch of evaluating partnerships from community perspectives with an expert advisory group and a workshop on Evaluating Humanitarian Impact from a Community Perspective, at the United Nations Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week.
Partnering for climate change, news on what it's like to work for Impact17, events, spotlights on SDG partnerships and quizzes to test your partnership.
Creating a global network to bring academic rigour to partnering for a better world, and evaluating Humanitarian impact from a community perspective in our session at the UN’s Humanitarian Networks and Partnerships Week in Geneva, 10 May 2022 (11:00-12:30).
You are always welcome to share your perspectives on partnering, however controversial you think that may be. Take a look at the latest article from Mukesh Kapila as a very good example!
This year, the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development Conference (DIHAD) is all about partnering for the SDGs. There is yet more rigour on partnering from David Horan and Peter J Hall, Wood Plc, shares his partnering success.
We introduce you to a new feature on an aspect of partnering: this month it is partnership governance systems and why they are so important and welcome our new partnership researchers.
As always, we invite you to share your perspectives and make your partnering call to action.
Thanks to the growing Impact17 partnering community plus opinions from Dr Cameron Willis and Dr Nic Vogelpoel on building strong partnerships through learning and evaluation and a video interview with Vanessa Reuber on her partnering perspectives at Patagonia.
The imperatiive for community ownership and free Impact17 services for 17 successful applicants that will represent a wide range of partnerships, organisations and objectives for a better world. Apply here
Calling for more partnerships to address the climate crisis and financing to make them sustainable.
Mike Shanley talks about funding, and Keri Browder on partnering through the pandemic.
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