The latest content from Partners and other members of PDCI
Partners for Democratic Change welcomes Transformando Conflictos- Partners El Salvador into the PDCI Network!
Partners' affiliate in Serbia, Partners for Democratic Change Serbia, just released a report providing the most comprehensive overview of the development of mediation in Serbia to date.
“Many women have changed as a result of this program. The change is that people started to send their daughters to schools." Partners for Democratic Change needs your support to help us educate and empower young women in Yemen to make a difference in their communities. Please donate to our Globalgiving campaign, "Training Young Women Leaders in Yemen."
New report: Citizen Engagement in Security Sector Reform in Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone
Improving citizen security in Africa begins by including citizens in the security decisions that affect their lives. This report provides a look at the lessons learned from Partners’ recent initiative to improve citizen engagement in security sector reform in the Mano River countries of Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.
In March, 2013, Socios Peru Director Carlos Salazar represented Partners For Democratic Change International (PDCI) at the Voluntary Principles Association Meeting in The Hague, Netherlands.
"People want change, but they need a guide." This short film about the work of Partners for Democratic Change and Partners-Yemen in the tribal areas of Yemen features the local women leaders we are supporting to develop local solutions to the challenges of poverty, underdevelopment and conflict.
Partners' Yemen LEAD project is helping local civil society organizations play a constructive role in the development of a new constitution and government framework for citizen participation.
Partners is working with the Global Fairness Initiative to bring Tunisian government, the private sector, informal workers and civil society organizations together to create a more inclusive legal and economic framework for informal workers in Tunisia.
New civil society organizations (CSOs) in the Gulf region face many limitations in their work. PDC's STAND program is building stronger, more sustainable institutions that will be able to advance citizen interests.
Partners' program in Guatemala, Panama and Peru is convening cross-sector dialogue to help address natural resource management conflicts.
Partners announces a new fellowship program in honor of Partners' founder, Raymond Shonholtz. The fellowship will support the mentoring of young professionals in the field of conflict resolution, peacebuilding and democracy promotion.
Partners Foundation for Local Development (FPDL) in Romania led a systemic process to address the roots of corruption in local government. This case study details the process they used and the results of their intervention.
On October 16, 2012, Partners for Democratic Change brought together a remarkable group of thinkers from business, international organizations and government to discuss the future of CSR, or what we call Corporate STRATEGIC Responsibility.
After a successful Symposium on Citizen Engagement in Security Sector Reform in the Mano River Region of West Africa, participants look forward to working together on ensuring human security is integral to security sector transformation.
PDC's EDAMA initiative is supporting and networking democratic activists in Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen.
Partners for Democratic Change Participates in USAID/Forward’s Local Capacity Development Summit on June 18, 2012
President Julia Roig presented a paper written by Partners at the USAID/Forward's Local Capacity Development Summit to illustrate our unique approach to local capacity building, Sustainable Impact Investing.
Director of Partners Senegal, Colonel Birame Diop, will discuss challenges and next steps in Citizen Engagement in Security Sector Reform in West Africa, as well as findings from a recent assessment of citizen-security sector engagement in Côte d’Ivoire, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
A brief overview of our work in 2011 including case studies from four of the newest members of Partners for Democratic Change International - Colombia, Senegal, Serbia, and Yemen.
The JAMS Foundation’s Fourth Annual Warren Knight Award will be presented to Partners for Democratic Change, along with a $25,000 grant. The award recognizes Partners for effectively managing and resolving conflict and for assisting emerging democracies throughout the world to advance a civil society. The organization will receive its award at the ABA Dispute Resolution Conference in Washington, D.C. on April 20 during the Friday Awards Luncheon.
Partners-Jordan is proud to share the 1st quarter newsletter for 2012 to give you a quick view on its achievements throughout this period, mainly focusing on the “Empowering Women Through Economic Mentorship” project.