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SDG #17-Partnerships for the Goals

Sustainable Development Goal 17: A successful sustainable development agenda requires partnerships between governments, the private sector and civil society. These inclusive partnerships built upon principles and values, a shared vision, and shared goals that place people and the planet at the centre, are needed at the global, regional, national and local level.

Beijing, Oct-2017Hutong during the Party Congress Beijing October-2017
Opinion

Why Transparency is Key for China’s One Belt, One Road

The success of China’s signature foreign policy initiative heavily depends on Beijing’s ability to adapt itself towards responsible leadership globally.

Global Diplomacy LabMembers of the Global Diplomacy Lab.
Feature

“We’re Not Fixed, We’re Fluent”

How to build a functioning dialogue that matters in a larger context? Researcher Vivian Valencia found interesting answers at the Global Diplomacy Lab.

Ben PowellEntrepreneurship
Portrait

How to Unlock the Power of Entrepreneurship

Follow Benjamin Powell throughout a day at work in Washington, DC and learn about Agora Partnerships, an organization that helps entrepreneurs to create social impact.

Dilshad MuhammedDilshad Muhammed at the Global Diplomacy Lab Buenos Aires.
Feature

“I Will Go Where I Can Make the Biggest Difference”

The war in Syria proves to be an endless horror story. But there are lessons to be learned in other countries, as Dilshad Muhammad realized in Argentinia.

Mayte SchomburgMayte Schomburg is chair at Publixphere, a non-profit focusing on fostering dialogue between politically interested young people and institutions.
Portrait

OnPurpose with Mayte Schomburg: Finding the Point of Inspiration

Mayte Schomburg is an innovator who not only tries to engage youth in the political debate; she also works to restrengthen transatlantic relations.

Imran SimminsImran Simmins is a member of the Global Diplomacy Lab
Feature

Breaking Down the Established Structures of Diplomacy

Diplomacy is changing radically. Everybody can be an ambassador for their country, and bold thinkers are driving this process. Imran Simmins is one of them.

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