What does a CSR manager of a German company have in common with an activist in Brazil, or an African cashew farmer in Benin with a member of the Cambodian land ministry? These changemakers have all decided to see sustainable development as a chance. And they all need to develop skills in bringing forward initiatives for sustainability in dialogue with many different actors.
Here are the stories of some of these Changemakers and the issues they are helping to bring forward using the Stakeholder Dialogues approach.
Water Forum in Tunisia’s Agrarian Heartland
A pioneering step in securing the region’s future
Partnering for Sustainable Foresty in Laos
Partnering for the needs of nature and people - towards an alignment of actors in Lao forestry management
Empowering Civil Society in Water Management
How to develope integrated water governance reforms?
Community-Based Resource Management in Namibia (WWF)
How Stakeholder Dialogues strengthen sustainable tourism in Namibia
Sustainable forestry in Morocco
Enhancing trust and dialogue for a more sustainable forest protection in Morocco.
Reimbursement of Land for the Makuleke Community
Learn how a South African community reclaimed their lands - in a sustainable way.
Creating a public-private German-Arab Water Sector Network
How German know-how and technology improves water supplies in the Middle East.