Multi-Akteurs-Partnerschaften (MAP)

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Was sind Multi-Akteurs-Partnerschaften (MAP)?

Bei Multi-Akteurs-Partnerschaften (MAP) in der internationalen Zusammenarbeit handelt es sich um eine Kooperationsform, bei der Akteure aus Politik, Zivilgesellschaft, Privatwirtschaft oder Wissenschaft auf Augenhöhe einen Beitrag leisten, um die nachhaltigen Entwicklungsziele und einen gesellschaftlichen Wandel zu erreichen. MAP finden explizite Erwähnung in den Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) unter SDG 17 „Partnerschaften, um die Ziele zu erreichen“ sowie in der Zukunftscharta des BMZ im Handlungsfeld 8 „Eine neue globale Partnerschaft und Multi-Akteurs Partnerschaften für die Umsetzung entwickeln“.

 

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Publication
29 October 2019
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Study finalised: "Transformation Experiences of Coal Regions. Recommendations for Ukraine and other European countries"

In June 2019, the summary was published – now the entire study is being released, commissioned by Germanwatch together with the Ukrainian environmental organisation Ecoaction. Nine authors from four countries analyse the transformation experiences of Germany, Romania, the Czech Republic and Ukraine on the grounds of quantitative data and policy analysis. Visualisations of the recommendations and checklists top off the publication and make it a useful tool for political decision-makers in different European countries.

News
04 October 2019

Multi-Actor-Partnerships offer an approach to address complex challenges through cooperation between actors from civil society, politics, the private sector and academia. The short film outlines the relevant framework conditions and criteria for a successful partnership. An example from India illustrates the advantages of this approach.

News
04 October 2019

The short film illustrates how cooperation between actors from civil society, politics, the private sector and academia helps to incorporate different perspectives and backgrounds in solutions to complex challenges. The example of climate risk insurance in Kenya illustrates the implementation of this approach.

Blogpost
30 July 2018
Bild: Blog-Beitrag Kosovo Phasing in Renewables
Blog-post von Martin Schön-Chanishvili and Eva Schmid, July 2018

In the beginning of July, Germanwatch published its Kosovo research study “Phasing in Renewables“ and discussed it in Pristina with development organisations, ministries, business, NGOs and academia. Kosovo faces quite typical challenges of the Western Balkans, being heavily reliant on lignite use for power generation and struggling with serious social and economic problems.

Publication
30 July 2018
Cover: Phasing in Renewables
Towards a prosperous and sustainable energy future in Kosovo: challenges and possible solutions

Germanwatch, together with Balkan Green Foundation, has published the study "Phasing in Renewables. Towards a prosperous and sustainable energy future in Kosovo: challenges and possible solutions". Ten authors from the spheres of science, consulting and practice outline challenges and possible solutions for Kosovo based on experiences in other countries.

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