The work of the Institute relies on the work of many other organizations, domestic and international, that embraces our vision of good governance, open budgeting, participatory democracy, evidence-based policymaking, and shared economic prosperity. These organizations provide valuable insights and knowledge of problems facing small states, developing economics, resources rich and poor countries, and more importantly best practices for overcoming these problems. We actively seek to build and grow relationships with other organizations based on our policy and research, advocacy, and common interests.
Building strong domestic, regional and global partnerships and relationships serves as a driving force for local change by learning from the collective experiences – successes and failures – of others. Learning from others experience saves public resources and drive innovation by allowing to us to leap-frog ahead and use scarce resources to for the most critical policy priorities. Key partnerships also provide us with a strong voice for change.
The institute partners and networks with other organizations in many ways, including joint research and policy analysis, peer-reviews, data and data sharing, network of experts, knowledge sharing, technical supports, and organizational development. Below is a list of all our partners and networks: