Become a partner

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 a Network.

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

Call for partnerships

The Institute is based on co-design. It invites creative minds to participate, curate conversations and generate ideas to shape an innovative policy framework. Ultimately, it supports a sustainable movement around new ways of thinking that create lasting communities and inclusive, ongoing dialogues.

To achieve this, the initiative needs the support of organisations and individuals that can become "Partners of the Institute". They will act as promoters, community managers, sounding boards and key interlocutors throughout the development of the initiative.


The "Partners of the Institute" are organisations and individuals that act as inspiring promoters of the debates and ideas that will be developed through the movement.

Their core activities are relevant to one or more dimensions of the Institute, are in line with the core values - freedom, democracy, equality and rule of law- , and support our programs.

They help the Institute to:

support the needed transformation of our societies towards living together in more sustainable, inclusive and enjoyable environments;

acknowledge that engaging in co-creation processes, respecting the diversity of perspectives and expertise, is necessary to generate inclusive ideas and affordable quality solutions.

What is expected from Partners?

Some conditions must be met before organisations can act as Partners:

They shall commit to support the Institute initiative, in particular in one or more of these lines of activity:

to gather a diversity of professionals and disciplines in generating ideas, either within the organization or by engaging with other actors through conversations regarding the public diplomacy, and to summarise the outcomes to be openly shared through tour website;

to identify inspirational projects, practices or concepts for the Institute initiative that can be openly shared through the website;

to engage with citizens to discuss and collect expectations on the qualitative transformation of living spaces and associated life styles, to identify concrete challenges to be addressed in the frame of this initiative and to share the outcomes through thewebsite;

The application should clearly identify all specific activities that the applicant partner proposes in support of the New European Bauhaus Initiative. Activities description must be very concrete and include some elements of timing. These aspects are particularly important, as the overall quality of the proposed activity is a major factor in the final assessment of the applications.

The Partners’ commitment will not be subject to financial support.

How are Partners selected?

The call for Partners of the Institute s will be permanently open throughout the design and implementation of the initiative.

Interested organisations should outline their concrete contribution to the initiative - for instance stakeholder engagement activities, outreach activities etc. They should also provide information on the nature, timing and expected output of the proposed activities.

The Institute will recognise organisations as Partners taking into account the scope of their work and the quality, scale and diversity of the proposed activities.

What will Partners receive in return?

The Partners will be listed on a dedicated page on our website, together with their declaration of interest and commitment to the initiative. Wherever relevant, links will point the audience to Institute s related activities on the Partners’ websites.