Partners

Overview
  • As a hub for policy innovation, UNU-CPR’s goal is to mobilize bespoke networks of academic, official, private sector and non-profit actors to create partnerships addressing specific problems to develop, inform and advance policy solutions. Drawing on the diverse knowledge within the network of UNU research institutes and operating units, we have built networks connecting actors inside and outside the UN on a wide range of topics.


    Recent partners

    • adelphi
    • ACAMS
    • Alan Turing Institute
    • Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
    • Computing Community Consortium
    • Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Executive Office of the Secretary-General, United Nations
    • German Federal Foreign Office
    • Global Security Initiative, Arizona State University
    • Hilti Foundation
    • LGT Group
    • Liechtenstein Bankers Association
    • Liechtenstein Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Luxembourg Department for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Affairs
    • Medicor Foundation
    • Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)
    • Norad, Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation
    • Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs
    • Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI)
    • Rights Lab, University of Nottingham
    • RMIT University
    • Stimson Center
    • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
    • Swiss Federal Department of Foreign Affairs
    • UN Department for Peacekeeping Operations
    • UN Department for Political and Peacebuilding Affairs
    • UNICEF
    • UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office / UK Mission to the UN
    • UK Home Office
    • Tarom Foundation
    • Tech Against Trafficking