The role of training and dialogue formats for transnational cooperation

Reiber, Tatjana / Isabelle Eberz
Mitarbeiter sonstige

in: Sven Grimm / Stephan Klingebiel (eds.), Transnational cooperation – an explorative collection, Bonn: German Institute of Development and Sustainability, 62-67

ISBN: 978-3-96021-229-4

The world faces major and interrelated challenges, with crises occurring at increasing speed and intensity. At the same time, the architecture to develop effective global responses is weak. One way to foster conducive conditions for transnational  cooperation is to qualify change makers from diverse national and sectoral backgrounds and to provide them transnational spaces for dialogue and exchange. The German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS) runs two international formats that provide such spaces and networks for dialogue: the Shaping Futures - African-European Network on Development and Sustainability (Shaping Futures) and Managing Global Governance (MGG), both featuring an Academy as their core element.

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Reiber, Tatjana

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