The Moshi Dialogue 2009
The Moshi Dialogue- a learning process on collaboration/partnership
“The Moshi Dialogue” has been a learning process aiming at creating a space, where East-African, Dutch and Danish NGOs can dialogue on challenges in the North-South collaboration and the development of partnerships. The goal is to bring together NGOs from North and South in workshops where the partners get to discuss the challenges that they respectively find must relevant.
Invitation from Tanzania and Holland
The process was initiated by EASUN/Tanzania and PSO/Holland The goal is to gather a range of NGOs that are interested and are willing to enter into an open dialogue on corporation relations. In March 2009 Danish NGOs were invited to join the process and a group of organizations with partners in Tanzania chose to enter the process.
Learning – not a play of notions
The aim of the process has not been to analyze, on a theoretical level, North-South relations and to define “partnership” but rather to create a space of self-reflection and peer-to-peer dialogue and through that develop the participant organizations’ capacity to strengthen and develop the partnerships.
Please find below various background documents and reports from the process along with power point presentations that can freely be used wherever partnership themes are discussed. Please come back with feedback and good suggestions for how to reflect more on the partnership issue. For more information contact DMCDD or PACT.
Alan Fowler: Partnerships - negotiating relationships
Money among friends
Rapport fra Moshi-dialogen
Knud Vilby: Tanzania and the Civil Society
Danish-Tanzanian Partners Conference
Fidon: Presence not projects
Programme Moshi Worskhop Denmark
Review Cases Denmark
Review Cases Holland
Review Cases Tanzania
Rejserapport i forbindelse med Moshi-dialog
Presentation on the Moshi-Dialogue
The Moshi-Dialogue Preparatory Workshop
Ansøgning til Tematisk Forum - Partnerskab
PSO: Dialogue on international relationships
Alan Fowler: Partnerships as Pathology?
Process notes on civil society relationships