Partnerships & Cooperation
The creation of a new generation of partnerships with governments, civil society, academia and the private sector will produce the best conditions for inclusive, sustainable development and the prevention of conflicts
The participation of different stakeholders, including those speaking for the most vulnerable populations, in policy planning and development ensures greater sense of ownership of these policies and favours their success long-term.
Dianova International is committed to contributing the objectives of sustainable development. To this end, the organization prepares and implements projects in partnership with civil society organizations and the public and private sectors, in a spirit of openness and close collaboration, taking advantage of the resources and capacities of these different actors.
Read Dianova’s complete position paper on Partnerships & Cooperation (pdf)
The implementation of collaborative projects is essential to the 2030 Programme. Dianova is committed to SDG 17 implementing cooperation projects with NGO platforms to promote the exchange of knowledge and advocacy efforts with international organizations.
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contributions, written or oral
Activities and programmes
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Other SDGs Impacted
They Work in this Area:
- Asociación Dianova España
- Associaçâo Dianova Portugal
- Associazione Dianova Italia
- Dianova Idell Förening
- Dianova USA Inc.
- Drustvo Up – Eslovenia
- Fundación Dianova Chile
- Fundación Dianova Nicaragua
- Fundación Dianova Uruguay
- Ray of Hope
- Slum Child Foundation
Using its qualities of adaptation and resilience; its close relationship with its environments and above all, with their capacity to make proposals, the third sector can be a major player in the construction of a more just society for the XXI century
We are facing a huge challenge, namely to ensure a health system and social protection system that is just, supportive and sustainable in a different economic environment
A study by sociologist José Carrón provides information and thoughts on the history and development of the social state and the third sector in Europe and the Americas