This project was initiated by the Partnership Brokers Association in July 2016 and has been developed in close collaboration with four other partner since that date. Each partner’s lead representative (see names in bold below) work together as the governance group to oversee the project’s development, delivery and finances.
It is fundamental to this enquiry that we undertake it as a partnership in order to:
- Bring the richest experience, widest range of questions and new thinking to the task
- Be able to access different networks of practitioners and diverse types of partnership both as sources of information and as potential testers of innovative approaches
- Build from first hand experience of the constraints and opportunities of working remotely in order to inform our exploration from our shared experience
- Share the risks and responsibilities for: resource procurement; delivering agreed outcomes & outputs and evolving a long-term, self-sustaining capacity-strengthening programme
The founding partners are:
Action Against Hunger
British Red Cross
Catherine Russ (Project Manager)
Joanna Pyres (Research)
Marieke de Wal
Anne Marike Lokhorst (Research)
Each partner has made a financial (or equivalent pro bono) contribution to the project’s core funding.
Additional funding was received from the Humanitarian Leadership Academy (CAN Fund) for the Design and Creativity Lab and other Phase 2 development work. The Academy has now joined the group of Founding Partners.
As the project expands into Phase 3, new partners have joined and they will help us to build the Remote On-line Partnering Programme (RPOP). The new RPOP partners are:
If your organisation would be interested in becoming a partner please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org