More info partnerships
The booklet 'Wake up' (pdf) highlights opportunities for partnerships between corporations and NGOs in the field of sport and development. The booklet provides tips and lessons learned from twenty renowned experts & practitioners.
CGC Partnership Filter
We would like to thank Kathy Hare from Commonwealth Games Canada for providing the tool 'Partnership Filter':
The Partnership Filter and Application Tool were developed by Commonwealth Games Canada to provide a guideline for organizations to evaluate the potential for partnership as well as raise issues for consideration when engaging in discussion with partners. The Partnership Filter is a visual illustration, providing an overview of your organization with the key criteria to evaluate the potential partnership. The Application Tool provides a template to use while evaluating the partnership and to score the partnership according to the criteria outlined by the filter.
The report Shared Goals Through Sport (pdf), published by the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) in 2008 "looks at the business motivation behind, and characteristics of, effective private sector engagement in sport for development, which is defined as using sport to empower individuals, alleviate poverty, and create social change. The purpose of the report is to encourage greater private sector engagement in sport for development partnerships." It builds on the findings of the IBLF and UK Sport report 'Shared Goals 2005' (pdf).
Report and presentation recipient-donor partnerships
We express our gratitude to SCORE en Zone VI SADC for providing a report and power point presentation about recipient-donor partnerships based on a workshop about the held in Johannesburg, South Africa:
The Partnering Toolbox
Partnership Matters (annual journal)
Partnership Matters examines current thinking and practice in cross-sector partnering, drawing on the work of those involved in the Post-graduate It profiles new ideas and innovative practice from the perspective of those involved at the cutting edge of the partnership paradigm -- in different parts of the world and from different cultural and sectoral backgrounds. This annual "thought leadership" publication on cross-sector partnership by the University of Cambridge and co-produced with IBLF, is designed to: