Institut de diplomatie publique provides a direct channel of interaction among cultural activists, media, IGOs and NGOs, academics, and others seeking to advance the field of international virtual exchange (internet-based, cross-national communication and collaboration) in the following field:
Inclusive policy via Public Diplomacy.
How to get involved?
The Institut focuses on digital contribution and collaboration covering key global transformations.
Members are encouraged to share their own research and analysis, organize around specific discussions or initiatives, and engage with existing projects, events and research.
All members work together to set our priorities, goals, objectives, and strategies and are organized into
that concentrate on the most important initiatives identified by the Institut.
Through the collaboration within our working groups and E-Team, the Institut assesses the scientific and socio-economic information relevant to understanding public diplomacy impacts, encouraging its inclusive development.
The platform is a virtual workspace where resources and tools are centralized with the aim of facilitating communication and interaction in Working Group / E-Team, including Document sharing (spreadsheets, presentations, text files, etc.). The ability of members to access and work with tools depends on the roles they have in the Institut or in E-Team. Moderators control the scope of ability to access that can be assigned to members through roles.
Membership is reviewed on a rolling basis without a definitive term limit. We encourage our members log in to our collaboration and knowledge platforms and contribute regularly to maintain their membership status. Members agree to contribute to and participate in the activities of the Institut.
A notable lack of engagement may result in membership being terminated.
Currently, we create a report that highlights the results of the work of members of the Institut and members of UNESCO IPL PUBLIC DIPLOMACY E-TEAM and contains definitions of terms, methods, tools, markers relating to intersectional analysis, interdisciplinary case studies displaying how to integrate the inclusive policy component into various fields of research and innovation, as well as concrete policy recommendations.
Become a partner
The partnership between the Institute and NGOs gives us the opportunity to globalize our presence in an increasingly globalized world through joint programs.
The chief role of our partnership is to raise new subjects for debate, to ask new questions, and to globalize problems that have been overlooked or considered to be the affairs of sovereign states up until now. In this regard, we should become experts at formulating international issues.
The strength of our partnership lies in the capacity to mobilize public opinion in several countries around the same issues, coordinate campaigns, provide independent expertise, and even organize actions.
With strengthened mobilization capacity, our networks are monitoring the implementation of the commitments undertaken by governments and international institutions.
Now that new global challenges have come to the fore, the Institute is striving to make connections with new partner organizations in developing countries.
If your institution is interested in learning more about the partnership and being invited to a future proposal cycle, please contact the Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org