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INSTITUT DE DIPLOMATIE PUBLIQUE / INSTITUTO DE DIPLOMACIA PUBLICA is an independent volunteer-driven membership organization registered in the United Kingdom, that acts as a global multi-stakeholder partnership in public diplomacy for sustainable development, mobilizing and sharing knowledge, expertise, technology, and volunteer resources, to support the achievement of sustainable development goals in all countries, in particular developing countries (SDGs, 17).

Public diplomats who operate on behalf of non-state sector around the world, can transcend political, cultural, and racial divides to find a way forward.

Our work promotes open, accountable, and participatory decision-making by promoting and supporting the involvement of public diplomacy practitioners as key stakeholders at all levels.

 

What we do

We promote a human and sustainable development through 4 areas of work:

Cross-sector PARTNERSHIP

for Public Diplomacy

Institute's mission is to unleash the power of partnership for a sustainable future by accelerating inclusive multistakeholder engagement to deliver transformative change in international relations.

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STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

at all levels

Institute regularly receives special accreditations for conferences, summits, meetings, or other events organized by the

United Nations,

International Monetary Fund

and World Bank Group

RESEARCH, LEARNING,

TRAINING

Self-Paced eLearning Courses

Self-Assessment Examinations

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STRATEGIC ADVICES

Strategic planning,

reporting,

and evaluation

are essential components of effective public diplomacy.

In a time when geopolitics is being driven by increased nationalism, the failures of globalism, and complex security challenges we need more ethical public diplomats who are trained, prepared and resourced not only to engage in their interests but of society as a whole. Institut de diplomatie publique invites creative minds to test, model, and scale successful practices in public diplomacy and generate ideas to shape an innovative framework.

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to the partnership:

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FIND OPPORTUNITIES

Volunteering

Learning

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Профессиональный стол для конференций

FIND EVENTS

UN events

IMF and WBG events

Announcements

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BECOME A MEMBER

Doctor/PhD members

Professional members

Students

Observers

Certificates and Diploma

New Model of Public Diplomacy: Strong and Active Engagement with the UN

To deliver our mission INSTITUT DE DIPLOMATIE PUBLIQUE as a non-state actor in diplomacy facilitates and promotes the contribution of stakeholders from different sectors at the global level, including at United Nations special events.
Currently, we are more than 250 scientists (Doctor/Ph.D. members) and practitioners (Professional members) from diverse disciplines and perspectives spread across more than thirty countries working together as one network of public diplomats, seeking sustainable solutions for the world’s most pressing challenges.
We provide an inclusive and accessible space for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience, so that the voices of our experts can be heard in the United Nations.
For this purpose, the Institute regularly receives special accreditations for conferences, summits, meetings, or other events organized by the UN. 

Doctor/Ph.D. Members and Professional Members of the Institute are invited to indicate their interest to participate in the events.
To participate in an event listed on this site, look for the link for the event of your interest and contact us.

We will heighten our collaboration at the global and national levels with United Nations agencies and its partners. Our intention is to accelerate our reach and ability to advance responsible public diplomacy practices around the world.

Engagement of public diplomats with the IMF and World Bank Group
To deliver our mission INSTITUT DE DIPLOMATIE PUBLIQUE as a non-state actor in diplomacy facilitates and promotes the contribution of stakeholders from different sectors at the global level, including at the IMF and World Bank Group special events.

Stakeholder engagement is conducted in a gender-responsive, culturally sensitive, non-discriminatory and inclusive manner, ensuring that potentially affected vulnerable and marginalized groups are identified and provided opportunities to participate where conditions for inclusive participation are unfavorable.
We provide an inclusive and accessible space for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience so that the voices of our experts can be heard in the IMF and World Bank Group.
For this purpose, the Institute regularly receives special accreditations for conferences, summits, meetings, or other events organized by the IMF and World Bank Group.
Doctor/Ph.D. Members and Professional Members of the Institute are invited to indicate their interest to participate in the events.
We will heighten our collaboration at the global and national levels with the IMF and World Bank Group. Our intention is to accelerate our reach and ability to advance responsible public diplomacy practices around the world.

Institute as a co-creation project and direct channel of interaction

Diplomacy is no longer the strict purview of governments and international organisations. We are developing a co-design platform for exploring more inclusive diplomacy which goes beyond traditional politics.

The Institute invites creative professionals from various fields to explore new tools of communication, documenting best practices, bringing together stakeholders for collaboration, curating conversations, and generating ideas to shape an innovative framework.

The multidisciplinary approach to research in the public diplomacy field practiced at the Institute fosters dialogue between academia, policymakers, and civil society.

Based on experience of our members, the project studies the implementation of multi-actor processes resulting in reciprocal learning and decision-making.

Our goal is to facilitate the development of solutions that enjoy broad support. In particular, this project focuses on the dynamics of participant interactions and the integration of different forms of knowledge.

The insights gained in this project will contribute to the development of a contemporary approach to science-based guidance for civil society.

Our work promotes open, accountable, and participatory decision-making and good governance by promoting and supporting the involvement of public diplomat practitioners as key stakeholders at all levels.

Attention to Former Ambassadors
We cordially invite former ambassadors to provide us with consultancy support and technical assistance, raise awareness about public diplomacy opportunities and participate in projects linked to diplomacy and in support of greater participation of non-state actors in international relations.

RESEARCH, LEARNING, TRAINING, PRACTICE

The Institute is based on co-design.

Institut's co-creative model is unique, innovative, digital, transformative, and live. 

This model offers a unique opportunity for professionals, researchers, and talented students to become part of the collective-intelligence mental setup of public diplomacy.

Sustainable Development Diplomacy

Diaspora Diplomacy

Science diplomacy

Parliamentary Diplomacy

Cultural diplomacy

Education Diplomacy
Economic diplomacy

Cyber diplomacy

Health diplomacy
Municipal diplomacy

Humanitarian diplomacy

Environmental diplomacy

Energy diplomacy
Sports diplomacy

Water diplomacy

If you see the Institute as a way to earn your postgraduate degree, you're not in the right place. We are a non-degree-granting institution. Avoid fraud and don't get scammed.

The Institute seeks to bring together scientific community, civil society, policymakers, NGOs, private sector, and researchers investigating topics related to public diplomacy and intercultural communication that influences international relations.

It seeks to gather all perspectives, methods, and approaches, including critical approaches, to encourage dialogue and debate on these important interdisciplinary topics.

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