Das Repair Café ist ein gemeinsames Projekt vom Haus Müllestumpe – Bonns einzigem integrativen Hotel, Restaurant, Café und Werkraum – und der Transition Initiative „Bonn im Wandel".
Within the context of a rapidly evolving development (cooperation) environment, it is critical to examine ways to strengthen multi-stakeholder partnerships. The UN is increasingly interacting with new, emerging and ‘non-traditional’ development cooperation partners, such as philanthropic foundations, the private sector, academia and civil society who are jointly taking responsibility to shape the 2030 Agenda and implement the Paris Agreement.
During the interactive introductory partnership course and based on inputs from subject matter experts, participants reflect on the specific modalities of working with different partners to achieve development effectiveness. With the intention to strengthen participants’ knowledge and understanding about imperatives for building partnerships, the course explores key elements of partnering such as ethics, due diligence, rules of engagement, biases and stereotypes, conflicts of interest, as well as partnership frameworks and cases.
This foundational partnership course is designed and delivered in collaboration with the Pyxera Global, Partnerships Resource Centre, and representatives from the private sector.
We show inter-/national associations, foundations and government agencies from the region of Bonn, and selected local organisations. We welcome suggestions and comments.