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    'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from 1976 onward.

    Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from 1995 onwards.

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Record number 529714
Title Le Guide des PMP : Comment concevoir et faciliter des partenariats multipartites
Author(s) Brouwer, J.H.; Woodhill, A.J.; Hemmati, Minu; Verhoosel, K.S.; Vugt, S.M. van
Source Practical Action Publishing - ISBN 9781853399787 - 183 p.
Department(s) CDI advisory
Publication type Book aimed at a professional audience
Publication year 2017
Abstract Are you working to connect businesses and NGOs to create better environmental and social standards? Or are you a government policy officer needing to work with the fisheries sector and local communities to create a sustainable management plan? Is your business partnering with farmer organisations, NGOs, and an impact
investor to source responsibly from small-scale farmers? Perhaps your NGO is trying to work with government and businesses to create more opportunities for youth in rural areas?

Multi-stakeholder partnerships offer practical ways forward in these types of situations, and in many others. How to design, facilitate and manage these
partnerships is what this book is all about.

In 2015 the global community agreed to a set of Sustainable Development Goals that address the big issues facing humanity for the coming decades.
They will only be achieved through strengthened multi-stakeholder partnerships, as the UN Secretary General himself recognises. It will be the collective efforts of partnerships everywhere that will make the difference. This guide is a contribution to that effort.

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