The 2nd Bonn Conference on International Development Policy was supported by numerous institutions, organisations and companies. At this point we would like to present the conference partners to you and take this opportunity to thank them for their engagement and cooperation.
Main organiser of the 2nd Bonn Conference:
Ministry for Intergenerational Affairs, Family, Women and Integration of the Federal German State of North Rhine-Westphalia (MGFFI) www.mgffi.nrw.de
North Rhine-Westphalia is the only federal state to have created a Ministry, which groups together the most important political fields of the future under one umbrella. The Ministry for Intergenerational Affairs, Family, Women and Integration of the Federal German State of North Rhine-Westphalia (MGFFI) works both on behalf of the interests of the older and also younger generations, on behalf of equality of opportunity and better integration and promotes corresponding projects and activities. The Ministry is also very active in the field of development cooperation and thus makes an important contribution towards European integration and towards the realisation of the United Nation's Millennium development goals.
Joint event organisers:
Just as during the 1st Bonn Conference on International Development Policy 2007 this year`s conference will be addressing the concept of a diversity of prospects. Whilst taking account of the views of a number of players in the field of development cooperation the discussion should lead to a result that is balanced and is in line with social reality. That is why the circle of joint organisers will once again be comprising representatives of civil society, the academic world and industry this year.
"Federal city" of Bonn www.bonn.de
UN in Bonn – for sustainable development worldwide
19 organisations within the United Nations, among them the Climate Secretariat, the Secretariat to Combat Desertification
and the Volunteers' Programme, work from their Bonn base in the name of sustainable development worldwide. Bonn is synonymous with networks, dialogue and synergy effects. In addition to the United Nations, federal ministries, scientific institutions, development services, business and media, non-governmental organisations and, of course, the City of Bonn itself as the driving force behind many sustainability initiatives and co-operations – from local to global, from on-site projects to education – are committed components of the Bonn-based sustainability force field. Bonn runs development-oriented project partnerships with six cities on four continents: Bukhara (Uzbekistan), Cape Coast (Ghana), Chengdu (China), La Paz (Bolivia), Minsk (Belarus) and Ulan Bator (Mongolia).
German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) www.die-gdi.de
The German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), ranks among the world`s leading research institutes and think tanks on issues of global development and international development policy. The DIE provides advice based on independent research to publications in Germany and throughout the world on current issues of cooperation between industrialised and developing countries.
KfW Entwicklungsbank www.kfw-entwicklungsbank.de
The German KfW Entwicklungsbank is a member of the KfW group of banks. It works to implement the goals of German development cooperation on behalf of the German federal government. The KfW Entwicklungsbank assists around 1700 development projects in more than 100 countries.
VENRO, the association of German development non-governmental organisations www.venro.org
VENRO is the umbrella association of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) acting within the field of development policy in Germany. The association was founded in 1995 and its membership comprises around 120 organisations. These organisations are from the fields of private-sector and ecclesiastical work, humanitarian aid as well as from educational work, public relations and lobbying. VENRO members include 16 "Eine Welt" country networks. They represent some 2000 local development policy initiatives and NGOs. The central aim of VENRO is to guide the process of globalisation fairly, in particular to overcome global poverty. The association is committed to the practical application of human rights and to the preservation of natural livelihoods. VENRO represents the interests of NGOs acting within development policy in respect of politicians, backs the role of NGOs and civil society within development policy, represents the interests of developing countries and of impoverished sections of the population and heightens public awareness of development policy topics.