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• About MSPs •

What Are MSPs?

In the field of international cooperation, multi-stakeholder partnerships (MSPs) are collaborations between stakeholders from the public and private sectors, civil society and academia, which strive to contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).


Planning the partnerships

In order to provide guidance for stakeholders who are planning and building multi-stakeholder initiatives, Partnerships 2030 has compiled a set of basic criteria for ‘good partnering’ in an infographic. These criteria are based on selected literature as well as consultations with Partnerships 2030 stakeholders.


• MSP Profiles •

  • Partnership for Sustainable Textiles

    The aim of the Partnership for Sustainable Textiles is to bring about continuous improvement of social, ecological and economic sustainability along the entire textile chain.

  • Alliance for Integrity

    The Alliance for Integrity is a business-driven, multi-stakeholder initiative involving companies, business associations, civil society, political institutions and international organisations. This global initiative aims to strengthen the capacities of businesses in selected partner countries to implement tried and tested anti-corruption solutions.

  • The German Global Compact Network

    The German Global Compact Network (DGCN) is committed to realising the vision of a sustainable, inclusive and forward-looking world economy that delivers lasting benefits to people, communities and markets.

  • Forum for Sustainable Palm Oil

    The goal of the Forum for Sustainable Palm Oil (FONAP) is to significantly increase the amount of sustainable palm oil, palm kernel oil and derivatives in the German, Austrian and Swiss market and to achieve 100% segregated, certified palm oil and palm kernel oil on these markets as soon as possible.

  • The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative in Germany (D-EITI)

    The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) is a global Standard to promote the open and accountable management of natural resources. The partnership supports EITI implementation in Germany (D-EITI) and thus promotes dialogue and transparency in the German raw materials sector.

  • German Initiative on Sustainable Cocoa (GISCO)

    The aim of the German Initiative on Sustainable Cocoa (GISCO) is to improve the living conditions of cocoa farmers and their families and to contribute to livelihood security, conserve natural resources and biodiversity in the producing countries as well as increase the proportion of sustainable cocoa in production and Marketing.


• About us •

Multi-stakeholder partnerships, through their inclusion of a broad spectrum of society, are an effective means of addressing global challenges.

Partnerships 2030 aims to create support structures, strengthen the capacities of existing MSPs and facilitate the emergence of new partnerships.


• Partners •