At DIB, we value and prioritize collaboration. That is why we are involved in many networks where civil society organizations exchange experiences and speak out together. Our activities abroad also take place in close cooperation with local partners - both to strengthen the implementation of the projects, the local anchorage and the local organizations.

Recently, we have also explored the opportunities for collaboration with private companies in a learning experiment with other green organizations in Denmark. Among other things, it resulted in a nice manual , which we have been very inspired by in relation to future collaborations.

Do you want to play?

If you see opportunities in collaboration between DIB and a network, organization or company you are part of, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would love to hear from you if you see opportunities in a collaboration or partnership with DIB.

Network in Denmark

The '92 group is a collaboration between 24 Danish environmental and development organizations that promote sustainable development in Denmark and globally. It was formed in conjunction with the United Nations Environment and Development Conference in Rio in 1992.

CISU - Civil Society in Development brings together and supports Danish civil society organizations engaged in development work. Most of DIB's projects are funded through CISU's funds. 

INFORSE Europe is part of an international network of organizations from around the world, all focusing on energy, climate and the environment.  

MUNDU - Center for Global Formation works for the global formation to become a natural part of the general education in Denmark.

The World's Best News is a nationwide campaign that promotes progress towards the UN 17 World Goals.

Partners abroad

ALTERPLAN – Alternative Planning Initiative, Philippines, is an organization that works in particular with the Philippines' challenges of informal settlement in urban areas where they provide technical assistance, advice and education.

Teko Kavi, Bolivia, is committed to civil society in the areas of local planning, education and climate. They work with capacity building and advocacy in relation to education and environmental policy at national, regional and municipal level.

Children-Nepal, Nepal, supports children, adolescents and families on the fringes of society and discourages discrimination, exploitation and violence based on caste, gender and social status.

Center for Rual Technology (CRT/N), Nepal, develops and promotes effective technical solutions in the Nepalese rural areas that contribute to meeting basic needs and improve the living conditions of rural people.

CANSA – Climate Action Network South Asia, India, is a network of 150 organizations from eight countries in South Asia. CANSA is working to promote a socially just, global strategy for combating anthropogenic climate change.

INSEDA – Integrated Sustainable Energy and Ecological Development Association, India, promotes and implements renewable energy in India's rural areas with a special focus on biogas plants. So far, INSEDA has installed about 300,000 biogas plants.

Grameen Shakti, Bangladesh, is behind a very successful market-based program that has made solar cell systems, biogas plants and improved stoves accessible to more than eight million rural residents.

IDEA – Integrated Development Association, Sri Lanka, wants to play an active role in driving sustainable development forward in natural resource management, development and conservation.