Today, levels of violence and political instability reach all corners of the world. We are collectively alarmed by the vitriol and deepening polarization in our societies. Our original commitment to create safe spaces where true discussion and differences of opinions emerge remains critical now more than ever.
Together with New-Rule LLC and local civil society organizations BudgIT, the CLEEN Foundation, the Public and Private Development Centre (PPDC), and Partners West Africa Nigeria (PWAN), PartnersGlobal is implementing the third phase of the Promoting Civil Society Participation in Anti-Corruption Efforts in Nigeria (Access Nigeria) project. Funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement (INL), the project aligns with UN Sustainable Development Goal 16’s commitments to fight corruption and illicit financial flows, increase transparency, and improve access to information.
The world needs more integration for peace, democracy and development. At PartnersGlobal, that’s what we do. Learn more about the organization in this one-pager.
This audit includes the financial statements of PartnersGlobal for fiscal year 2018.
In a year where fractures and divisions seemed to widen, PartnersGlobal and the Partners Network stepped up to bring diverse groups together, safeguard the space for dialogue that is so pivotal to democracy and work toward a positive peace and development that is inclusive, rights-respecting and just.
PartnersGlobal created the Security: Governance, Accountability and Performance (SGAP) Framework based on the understanding that the functioning of a security system is meant to both ensure stability of the state under traditional notions of security, and promote the citizen security of the stability of the people living within the state.
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.
(2005) By Gerardo Berthin, Deputy Director, and Joseph Balcer, Senior Advisor, the USAID Americas’ Accountability/Anti-Corruption (AAA) Project; Colleen Zaner and Megan Ryan of Partners for Democratic Change (PDC), and JuliÃ¡n Portilla from FundaciÃ_n Cambio DemocrÃ¡tico.
A high-level summary of our activities and services rendered around the world in the 2014 fiscal year.