Projects in Europe
CLI's impact in Europe
Ukraine- Vocational Integration of Internally Displaced Persons
Vocational Integration of Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine

In July 2018, CLI finished its cooperation partnership work with GIZ on the “Vocational Integration of Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine” project, focusing on “Support for Innovative Multi-Stakeholder Projects”. CLI’s involvement entailed a specially-created format of three three-day workshops that relied on the Collective Leadership Compass as a primary methodology, but was also heavily reliant on the Dialogic Change Model (DCM).

The objective of the larger GIZ project was to generate innovative Multi-Stakeholder Partnership project ideas to address the chronic issue of employment integration challenges of internally displaced persons due to the conflict in Eastern Ukraine in 2014. Agenda 2030 was always in focus and CLI brought its expertise on SDG No. 17 Partnership for the Goals to the forefront. However, there were project ideas that touched on many of the other SDGs including SDG No. 1 No Poverty, No. 8 Decent Work and Economic Growth, No. 9 Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure, No. 10 Reduced Inequalities, No. 11 Sustainable Cities and Communities, and No. 16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions.

The prospect for the larger GIZ project was significantly advanced by CLI’s powerful collaboration ecosystem and Collective Leadership approach.

Western Balkans - Countering Serious Crime
Countering Serious Crime in the Western Balkans

CLI supported the successful launch of the project “Countering Serious Crime in Western Balkans”, a project that aims to strengthen the fight against serious organized crime in six Western Balkan countries with a collaborative approach uniting police and prosecution. CLI combined its Dialogic Change Model with the Collective Leadership Compass to plan and facilitate both a regional planning workshop and six individual kick-off workshops with the countries’ respective project teams and representatives from national partners.

Europe - The Promoting Effective Partnerships Initiative (PEP)
PEP - Promoting Effective Partnering

Navigating and implementing high-quality partnering processes, a prerequisite to implement the SDGs, provokes the question, “What does it take to unleash the collaboration potential for achieving the SDGs?” The Promoting Effective Partnerships Initiative (PEP), of which the Collective Leadership is one of five partners, will promote clarity in language and concepts, signposting through the spectrum of different partnering approaches, tools, and support offers. PEP further aims to engage and exchange with practitioners and experts in order to co-develop the professional field of partnering and build impact networks of practitioners.

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Germany - Platform for Multi-Actor Partnerships (MAP)
Partnerships 2030 - Platform for Multi-Actor Partnerships (MAP)

In an effort to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, the German platform for Multi-Stakeholder Partnership (MAP) offers a learning and capacity building space on partnering. In support of Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) 17 (Revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development), partnerships between CSOs, governments and private sector organizations are key enablers for meeting global challenges and fulfilling the SDGs . The initiative by the German Ministry for Development and Economic Cooperation, the German Federal Enterprise for International Cooperation, and the Collective Leadership Institute aims to offer guidance to actors in partnerships and create an exchange on improving partnering processes.

The Art of Leading Collectively

- 3 days of training
- core methodology: CLI Collective Leadership Compass
- tuition fee: € 1,650.00
Registration status: OPEN

26 June — 28 June 2019
Potsdam, Germany
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Georgia - Gender Equality
Gender Equality in Georgia

Establishing effective government structures for cross-cutting issues such as gender equality and women’s empowerment is inherently complex. The challenge in Georgia is augmented by low public awareness and minimal political initiative. Using the Stakeholder Dialogues approach, especially Phase 1 of the Dialogic Change Model (DCM) “Exploring and Engaging”, UN Women managed to create a container for change. The success worth celebrating thus far is the appointment of advisory positions for gender equality and women rights by the Georgian Prime Minister.

The Art of Stakeholder Collaboration

- 4 days of training
- core methodology: CLI Dialogic Change Model
- tuition fee: € 1,650.00
Registration status: OPEN

2 July — 5 July 2019
Potsdam, Germany
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Germany - Common Code for the Coffee Community
4C - Common Code for the Coffee Community

Founded in 2006, the 4C Association uses the Stakeholder Dialogue approach to work towards sustainability and improved conditions for all participants of the coffee value chain. There are 200+ members adhering to the 4C Code of Conduct, which consists of 28 social, environmental, and economic principles, as well as 10 Unacceptable Practices. All four phases of the Dialogic Change Model have been implemented effectively, helping members and stakeholders overcome differences in background, interests, and worldviews.

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