Our Learning Partners



LearningIn order to better link partnership theory and practice,

and address gaps in knowledge about partnership brokering in academic literature, PBA has established a range of connections with academic institutions and is compiling a collection of materials on partnership brokering for publication.

We are increasingly involved in academic conferences, seminars and workshops that relate to partnership and collaboration. These opportunities are regarded as vital for the expansion of knowledge and awareness about partnership brokering.  Our current partners in the academic sector include:

La Trobe University, Australia

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, Partnership Resource Centre (PrC)

Technical University of Madrid, Innovation and Technology for Development Centre, (itdUPM), Spain

Tischner European University, Poland

University of Cumbria, Institute for Leadership and Sustainability (IFLAS), UK

Wageningen University & Research, Centre for Development Innovation (CDI), The Netherlands

Three Learning Partnerships

start-logoPBA working with the staff team to research and support the collaboration element central to Start’s global work: http://www.startnetwork.org/

Action against hungerPBA is working with the Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning (MEL) team to build capacity and share learning about evaluating collaboration: https://www.actionagainsthunger.org.uk/

pep-logoUndertaking original research and developing a facility to support the Sustainable Development Goals – with the Partnership Resource Centre.