How to support IPSP as an academic institution ?

The International Panel on Social Progress (IPSP) seeks academic partnerships to tackle complex societal challenges through innovative, multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral approaches. These partnerships enable IPSP to leverage the expertise of academic institutions, facilitating the co-construction and co-realization of activities such as reports, briefs, seminars, conferences, and outreach programs. This collaboration is essential for addressing interconnected societal issues of inequalities, climate change, and social justice.

Guided principles of collaboration and co-creation

IPSP welcomes academic partners as active participants in developing its projects and initiatives. It ensures that the joint findings, insights and solutions are comprehensive and grounded in solid and diverse methods and perspectives.

Effective partnerships hinge on the free flow of information, with both IPSP and its academic partners committed to sharing knowledge and findings openly. This principle extends to the dissemination of research outcomes to a broad audience, ensuring that the insights generated drive social progress. All collaborations are governed by high ethical standards of work collaboration and a commitment to academic integrity, with principles of transparency, accountability, and respect for intellectual property. This ensures mutual benefits for both IPSP and its academic partners.

Academic partners benefit significantly from collaborating with IPSP. They access to IPSP’s extensive network, which includes top scholars, changemakers, and leaders from the public and private sectors. Partners participate in high-impact projects, contributing to influential reports and briefs that shape global policy and practice. They receive support for innovative research, funding opportunities, and professional development for faculty and students through participation in international conferences, workshops, and seminars.

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