Global Perspectives Inititative

The Global Perspectives Initiative believes that a higher sense of responsibility leads to more opportunities, and more opportunities lead to a better future for everyone.

That is why we are promoting and supporting the discourse on a sustainable and balanced global development and strongly encourage Germany to increase its international responsibility in global development cooperation. We bring together stakeholders from politics, business, media and civil society and inform, discuss and work together to develop new approaches.

By doing so, we support Germany in fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations in 2015. The Global Perspectives Initiative sees itself as a national platform in a global discourse for a fairer world in the future. You can find out more about our initiative following this link.

Our Partners

We could not stand up to our challenge without the active support of our many partners. We benefit greatly from their professional expertise and experience and they have a substantial share in the success of our mission.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to:

Last day at @UN_CSW attending very interesting discussion on Faith, Feminism and Human Rights Framework from @PaRDSecretariat together with our partner @nitschke_ulrich from @giz_gmbh @CanadaUN #CSW63

Key takeaways from @OECD report presentation today at @BMZ_Bund: #SDGs so far have not created more resources; ODA allocation doesn’t match the need of the furthest behind; dev cooperation needs to be renewed, reformed & refocused to ensure no one is left behind.

The role of men & boys is essential to support this change.

@ChimamandaReal wrote in her Feminist Manifesto: "Do it together". Peace is also peace between genders.

- @MarleneSchiappa on #WomenPeaceAndSecurity

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Our Partners

We could not stand up to our challenge without the active support of our many partners. We benefit greatly from their professional expertise and experience and they have a substantial share in the success of our mission.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to:

The United Nations have defined 17 goals for a sustainable development: to end hunger, to guarantee education and to promote economic growth, jobs, climate change and justice – worldwide. It is about shared responsibility and opportunities: Economic growth requires education. Increased social equality can lead to reduced levels of poverty by enabling economic growth. And when poverty ends, markets are created. When we learn to understand and consider the connections and correlations, we can secure the future of the world and profit in a sustainable way.