GEN regularly collaborates with values-matched partners to leverage each other’s strengths, capacities, and audience reach. Working together we can accomplish what was thought of as impossible, and amplify our impacts on the world!
Here is a list of some GEN Partners:
GEN has been generously supported since its inception by GAIA Trust, a Danish-based charitable association founded in 1987 on the initiative of Hildur and Ross Jackson, with the intention of supporting the transition to a sustainable society through grants and proactive initiatives.
A leading-edge provider of sustainability education that promotes thriving communities within planetary boundaries, promoting a holistic systems approach to education for sustainable development. It has successfully supported the delivery of more than 240 programmes in 43 countries over 6 continents, reaching over 12100 students.
Supporting the establishment of a Europe made by citizens for citizens, in a process of sustainable development based on equal opportunities and partnership. Membership is from 12 European Union countries. Activities include projects to promote local development, and implementing contracts for public authorities.
Promotes sustainable lifestyles for people, organizations and territories in order to move towards a more resilient society, economy and planetary living. Trainers, consultants and researchers support in the facilitation of leadership, organizational transformation, community empowerment and social entrepreneurship.
CAPE brings sustainable education to life through custom programs based in ecovillages – communities integrating ecological, economic, social and cultural dimensions of sustainability. Working with your vision to create meaningful, transformative programs you can be proud to promote as your own.
European coalition of organisations supporting local community initiatives, working towards dynamic, resilient communities with a net zero carbon footprint. Members include networks of community- based initiatives, as well as other bodies engaged in European- level research, training, or communications to support community-based action on climate change and sustainability.
Ecologia’s work is driven by its vision of a world where all young people can thrive within their communities. It believes the only way to achieve this in a sustainable way, is to enable disadvantaged children and young people to realise their potential and to take an active role in promoting sustainable living all over the world so that they can improve their lives in the long-term.
Restoring ecological functionality to designated areas and building “Research, Training and Innovation Centers for Ecological Restoration” to engage people in inquiry into ecological restoration, to train people in existing techniques and for the innovation of new techniques for restoring degraded lands in perpetuity.
A Portuguese scientific collaboration of multiple research groups, with more than 400 ongoing projects. Promotes research and technological development activities, provides qualified human resources training and offers consulting expertise and knowledge dissemination. Objectives include the social and economic value of knowledge and ensuring the sustainability of the economic sphere.
Serves as the principal meeting point for Centers that address the new consciousness currently emerging worldwide. It includes rural retreat centers, urban learning centers, accredited and non-accredited organizations, that work toward the goal of transforming individual lives and fostering a culture of greater holistic, ecological and spiritual awareness and practice.
Pioneers of Change empowers early stage changemakers through trainings and learning journeys. This programme strengthens leadership capabilities and enhances skills and knowhow to transform individual visions of a sustainable and peaceful society into concrete projects and organisations like social businesses.
An international movement that explores paths to prosperity beyond economic growth. An initiative of the Post Growth Institute, it serves as a megaphone for the voices speaking for a global futures approach – the perception that, on a planet of finite resources, economies and populations cannot grow infinitely.