Our formal partnerships
We have formal partnerships with:
- Research organisation undertaking policy-oriented analysis aimed at informing and influencing a wide range of issues, including reducing poverty in Uganda and other East African countries.
Freedom Forum, the NGO Federation and Young Innovations, Nepal
- Since 2011 we have worked together to develop the capacity of individuals and organisations to access, analyse and use information to engage in policy and decision-making processes within Nepal.
- GiP works on a variety of socio-environmental initiatives and projects with the aim of strengthening civil society organisations. They convene different actors and share knowledge that favours the promotion of global social and environmental justice. DI and GiP partner on the theme of climate change and poverty.
The governments of Ghana and Sweden, the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
- A shared hosting agreement for the International Aid Transparency Initiative (IATI)
- A joint collaboration bringing together tools and training materials to increase use of open development data, reduce duplication of new tools, and provide space for people to share ideas and resources.
- Co-authored and peer reviewed our Investments to End Poverty report 2013.
- An independent international institute dedicated to research into conflict, armaments, arms control and disarmament. SIPRI provided security data for DI’s Global Humanitarian Assistance and Investments to End Poverty programmes.
Our informal partnerships
We also work informally with many organisations. These partnerships are short term, strategic, and are not tied in contractual arrangements. This may result in joint statements around global issues, coordination of working groups, joint authoring of papers and reports, as well as more general informal sharing of information.
We have informal partnerships with:
In addition, our ability to deliver good work is greatly enhanced by work with commercial partners such as Data Act Lab in Sweden and Communications Development Incorporated in Washington DC.
Our advisory roles
We serve on the boards/advisory panels of the following organisations:
We are funded by: