In light of the 2030 Agenda, inclusive multi-stakeholder partnerships are perceived and promoted as key instruments for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: partnership platforms are surfacing and new instruments are being set-up. Yet, not enough is known about how they work in practice. The overall picture of multi-stakeholder partnerships is rather sobering.
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Building on its work on partnerships, ECDPM took a closer look at the main characteristics and institutional factors that drive and constrain the process of establishing and maintaining effective CSO-business partnerships, and is currently conducting specific case studies from the dairy (Tanzania and Kenya) and mining sector in (Madagascar and Ghana).
To stimulate an open discussion on the dynamics of partnerships processes, and the implications for key stakeholders, ECDPM organised a lunch seminar at its Brussels office.
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