MSP in practice

Cooperation, collaborative approaches and multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) will need to remain in focus when aiming at implementing the 2030 Agenda. The UN Summit of the Future 2024 will shed light on the “how” of implementation: how can we work together effectively to achieve the goals?

Acknowledging this, Partnerships2030 highlights some MSP training programs in the upcoming year.

Multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) pose complex challenges for involved stakeholders. How to engage relevant stakeholders? How to agree on common visions and goals despite diverse interests? How to design partnerships on equal footing? MSP experts address these questions and equip MSP practitioners with essential know-how.

Partnerships2030 presents some examples of exciting programmes in the upcoming year:

The Certification Program 2024 by the Collective Leadership Institute (CLI) includes a series of interesting courses such as ‘The Art of Leading Collectively’., CLI invites interested parties to a free information session on Thursday, January 25, 2024.

For more information, visit the CLI Certification Program page.

The Partnering Initiative (TPI) offers relevant trainings on partnerships, for example the course ‘Effective Partnering for Sustainable Development’. For further information and services offered by TPI, click here.

For further information or advice, kindly contact us at info@partnerschaften2030.de.

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