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We have established a broad range of partnerships, collaboration, and financial support for this project - with stakeholder organisations, foundations, governments, and intergovernmental bodies:

 

BP Amoco plc Homepage

 

BP, who are supporting our work towards Earth Summit 2002 in general, and have hosted the workshop on "Stakeholder Citizenship and the Health sector", New York, 2/3 February 2002.

 

City of Capetown Homepage

 

 

City of Capetown, South Africa, who are supporting participants from Capetown to attend the IC. 

Collaboration Ltd Homepage

Collaboration Ltd, who are sponsoring Brad Meyer's time supporting the IC Team in Johannesburg and developing a multi-media CD ROM report of the IC afterwards.

 

CropLife International Homepage

CropLife International (with the Asia Pacific Research and Technology Centre (APRTC) and Worldview International Foundation), with whom we facilitated a discussion of the Capacity Building for Sustainable Agriculture Initiative, which is developing into a broader range of interlinked initiatives.

 

Conference Africa Homepage

 

Conference Africa, the IC's professional conference organiser in Johannesburg.

 

CWCI Homepage

    

 

 

Funded by the European Union through the CWCI Fund

The Conference, Workshop and Cultural Initiative Fund Secretariat (CWCI), South Africa support venue hire, conference organiser, and other expenses in South Africa.

 

 

DIDC Finland Homepage

 

 

The Department for International Development Corporation, Finland, who are supporting participation by delegates from developing countries and NGOs. 

Environics International Homepage

Environics International, who have included questions on the importance of the IC issues in the January 2002 GlobeScan survey.

 

German Federal Ministry Homepage

Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety of the Government of Germany (BMU), who are supporting the IC process and event.

 

Gender & Water Alliance Homepage

Gender and Water Alliance, working on gender mainstreaming in integrated water resource management, who collaborate with us to ensure gender mainstreaming of IC outcomes, particularly as members of the Issue Advisory Group for the Freshwater strand, will support their members' participation at the IC event, and have hosted Advisory Group meetings with us.

 

ICFTU Homepage

International Confederation of Free Trade Unions (ICFTU), who has provided input from their staff members, and action plan suggestions to be finalised at the Implementation Conference.

 

 

Knowledge Transformation International Homepage

 

Knowledge Transformation International, Ltd., who are sponsoring Paul Whiffen to support the IC team in Johannesburg.  

IUCN Homepage

IUCN - The World Conservation Union, who are hosting one issue strand of the IC at their IUCN Environment Centre in Sandton, Johannesburg.

 

Netherlands Ministry Homepage

Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment of the Netherlands, who are supporting the IC process and event.
(Click here for information in English, Foreign Ministry of the Netherlands)

 

Novartis International AG Homepage

Novartis International AG, who were a partner for the workshop on "Stakeholder Citizenship and the Health Sector", New York, 2/3 February 2002. The Novartis Institute for Tropical Diseases (NITD), a joint initiative with the Singapore Economic Development Board, will be presented at the IC as an example of new business models for investments of the pharmaceutical industry with/in developing countries.

 

Novo Nordisk A/S Homepage

Novo Nordisk A/S, who were a partner for the workshop on "Stakeholder Citizenship and the Health Sector", New York, 2/3 February 2002.

 

Ondeo Homepage

Ondeo Suez (www.ondeo.com and www.suez.com), who are supporting the freshwater issue strand of the IC. 

 

Earth Summit for All Homepage

Open University and it's Earth Summit For All web portal (online by end of April 2002). Draft stakeholder action plans will be presented for discussion and replication, and IC team members and issue advisory group members will initiate online discussions with stakeholders, students and the general public.

 

PRIA Homepage

Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA), who were a partner for the workshop on "Stakeholder Citizenship and the Health Sector", and co-hosted with us a side event at PrepComm II, on "Health and Sustainable Development: The Role of Stakeholders", New York, February 2002.

 

RMC Group Homepage

 

RMC Group, who have supported the workshop on "Stakeholder Citizenship and the Health Sector", New York, 2/3 February 2002.

 

 

Rockefeller Foundation Homepage

 

Rockefeller Foundation, who are supporting the participation of developing country representatives in the areas of food security and health,

Severn Trent Homepage

Severn Trent, who are supporting the preparations on freshwater.

 

 

 

UNDP Homepage

Botswana, Ethiopia

 

UNDP Botswana and UNDP Ethiopia, who are funding NGO participants from Bostwana and Ethopia to the Implementation Conference.

 

Unilever Homepage

 

Unilever, who are supporting the facilitators team and travel for the food security issue strand of the IC.  

UNEP Homepage

United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) - the Implementation Conference project is part of our new Memorandum of Understanding with UNEP.

 

 

UN Foundation Homepage

United Nations Foundation, who is supporting the IC project through the MOU with UNEP.

 

 

USAID Homepage

United States Agency for International Development (US AID), Environment Department, who is supporting the IC process as a whole.

 

World Bank Homepage

World Bank, who has assigned focal points to contribute to the issue developments on freshwater, energy and food security, and is supporting the IC process as a whole.

 

World Information Transfer Homepage

World Information Transfer, who were a partner for the "Stakeholder Citizenship and the Health Sector", New York, 2/3 February 2002.

 

 

If you are interested in collaborating with us on this project, please contact us:

Minu Hemmati & Robert Whitfield
Project Coordinators
Stakeholder Forum for Our Common Future (formerly UNED Forum)

 

Stakeholder Forum Homepage