Volunteers & Transparency
We are committed to transparency in every aspect of funding our Institute.
The Institute is run entirely by dedicated and hardworking volunteers.
We have dedicated volunteer professionals and professors who donate several to many hours per week to advise professors, students universities and NGOs in their areas of expertise.
Accepting support does not mean we endorse opinions.
We dont accept gifts, grants and sponsorships from individuals, organizations and foundations to help with our general operations, coverage of specific topics and special projects.
We come together to form Institute in the course of expressing our opinions and interests.
When people are volunteers, they willingly donate their time and talents to develop and support innovative approaches to international relations, such as our concept of Public Diplomacy.
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Operationally, Public Diplomacy Platform ( https://www.publicdiplomacy.online )
owned by a UK registered NGO –Institut de diplomatie publique/Instituto de diplomacia publica ( www.institut.uk )
- independent, voluntary research membership organization (LBG), formed in UK and registered under the provisions of the Companies Act 2006 (reg number: 12623951).
We are staffed by an all-volunteer team of academics, practitioners and students who work remotely from locations all over the world. We raise our operating budget through advertising, book sales and donations from our readers.We do not have any corporate backers/owners, investors, or financial connections to other organisations – political or otherwise.
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