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On 18th July our flagship Business Fights Poverty Oxford conference takes place. This interactive day will explore how to enhance business with positive social impact, through collaboration and building trusted relationships. Our friends at Ethicore and The Partnering Initiative are leading the Partnership Zone and will be challenging attendees to think differently about impact partnerships.
On 18th July our flagship Business Fights Poverty Oxford conference takes place. With over 300 key stakeholders from business, NGOs, academia and public policy, this interactive day will explore how to enhance business with positive social impact, through collaboration and building trusted relationships, whilst learning from others and sharing ideas.
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Each week between now and the conference we will feature one of the themes being explored during the event.
This week we are going to explore the Partnership Zone.
Rachael Clay, Director of Ethicore and former senior leader at Oxfam and Darian Stibbe, Executive Director of The Partnering Initiative, creator of the Certificate in Partnering Practice and forma NASA physicist will be joined by business, NGO and policy leaders and practitioners.
During the day the Partnership Zone will cover two sessions: Advocacy Partnerships and Partnerships with Innovation and Impact.
Advocacy partnerships are essential, yet challenging.
Building on the learning developed during Business Fights Poverty’s Advocacy Partnerships Challenge - This interactive session calls for policy makers as well as public affairs, programming, partnerships, policy and advocacy professionals to share their experiences of working behind the scenes to influence for structural and sectorial change.
We will explore the essential building blocks for advocacy partnerships to release the power of policy and political capital, changing mind-sets and building trust.
Partnerships with Innovation and Impact
The ‘Partnerships with Innovation and Impact’ session will explore how to maximise sustainable development when working in partnerships. Examining some of the most forward looking and impact focused partnerships across business, institutions and NGOs - revealing the opportunities, challenges and impacts.
During the session you will work through critical steps to generate value through innovative partnerships, brought to life with learning from business and INGO leaders and their partnership experiences and insights.
By bringing together the diversity of resources, thinking and approaches of business, NGOs, investors, the UN and other development actors - partnerships have the potential to generate real innovation for economic, social and environmental impact. This interactive workshop takes you through essential steps to curate innovative partnerships, learning from leading partnerships along the way.
Who should attend?
If you are a policy maker, public affairs, programming, partnerships, policy and advocacy professional – Advocacy Partnerships will be the session for you.
If you are ready to do sustainable development differently, whether from business, institutions or NGOs, join us for the Partnerships with Innovation and Impact session.
And if you are part of an innovative partnership or advocacy collaboration and want to share your story during the sessions, please do contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @ethicore
Join us for an inspiring day of deep learning and connection, focused on collaborating to scale the social impact of business; Business Fights Poverty - Oxford 2018: https://snipbfp.org/
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