The Secretary’s Office of Global Partnerships (S/GP) is the entry point for collaboration between the U.S. Department of State, the public and private sectors, and civil society. S/GP aims to strengthen and deepen U.S. diplomacy and development around the world through partnerships that leverage the creativity, innovation, and core business resources of partners for greater impact. S/GP works with partners across sectors, industries, and borders to promote economic growth and opportunity; to invest in the well-being of people from all walks of life; and to make democracy serve every citizen more effectively and justly.
USAID partners to end extreme poverty and to promote resilient, democratic societies while advancing our security and prosperity. USAID’s mission statement highlights two complementary and intrinsically linked goals: ending extreme poverty and promoting the development of resilient, democratic societies that are able to realize their potential. We fundamentally believe that ending extreme poverty requires enabling inclusive, sustainable growth; promoting free, peaceful, and self-reliant societies with effective, legitimate governments; building human capital and creating social safety nets that reach the poorest and most vulnerable.
Concordia is a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that serves as a platform to promote effective and sustainable public-private partnerships (P3s) to achieve economic and social impact. Concordia is dedicated to identifying new avenues of collaboration for governments, businesses, and nonprofits by convening global leaders and developing new research products. Concordia's programming offers stakeholders an opportunity to network with global leaders and identify opportunities to work together to help solve some of the world’s most intractable problems. Concordia's research guides these collaborations to ensure that the full potential of P3s is realized.
PeaceTech Lab works for individuals and communities affected by conflict, using technology, media, and data to accelerate local peacebuilding efforts. An independent non-profit organization, the Lab's mission is to amplify the power of peacetech to save lives through earlier warning and smarter responses to violence. The Lab's programs emphasize a data-driven, cross-sector approach, engaging everyone from student engineers and citizen journalists to Fortune 500 companies in scaling the impact of peacetech.