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Meta‑Culture is happy to associate with organizations around the world whose specialized skills and resources add value to our work in India.

Partners
accord3.0

Accord3.0 accord3.com

Accord 3.0 is a strategic consulting services organization that works to create value and address risk with a comprehensive approach to strategy and implementation. They work in areas such as air quality, climate change, renewable energy, environmental markets, and advanced technologies. Meta‑Culture is one of Accord 3.0's global affiliates.

 
The Company-Community Dialogue Facilitators Forum (CCDFF)

The Company-Community Dialogue Facilitators Forum (CCDFF)

CCDFF is convened by the Harvard Kennedy School's Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative. This forum brings together seven prominent organizations in the field of dialogue facilitation and dispute resolution from Argentina, Peru, the Philippines, India, South Africa, and the United States. CCDFF's goal is to support the development of constructive and conflict-free relationships between companies and communities by improving the quality of their dialogue and engagement.

The Consensus Building Institute (CBI)

The Consensus Building Institute (CBI) cbuilding.org

The Consensus Building Institute (CBI) is a non-profit organization empowering diverse organizations around the world to negotiate and collaborate more effectively. With the help of CBI, leaders, advocates, experts and communities improve how they use negotiation to make organizational decisions, achieve agreements, and manage multiparty conflicts and planning efforts. CBI uses strategies developed by leading institutions like Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 
International Mediation Institute (IMI)

International Mediation Institute (IMI) imimediation.org

International Mediation Institute (IMI) has transcended local jurisdictions to develop global professional standards for experienced mediators, advocates, and others involved in collaborative dispute resolution and negotiation processes. IMI's International Standards have been established and approved by the Independent Standards Commission (ISC), a body of more than seventy Mediators, Users, Judiciary, Providers, Trainers, and Educators from twenty-seven countries. ISC-approved service providers like Meta‑Culture apply these standards to run Qualifying Assessment Programs (QAPs) for assessing and qualifying competent experienced mediators for IMI certification.

Mediators Beyond Borders international (MBBi)

Mediators Beyond Borders international (MBBi) www.mediatorsbeyondborders.org

Mediators Beyond Borders International (MBBI) is a non-profit humanitarian organization established to partner with communities worldwide to build their conflict resolution capacity for preventing, resolving, and healing from conflict. This partnership involves the design and implementation of sustainable peace building initiatives responsive to the needs and culture of the communities, and to the history of each conflict. While MBBI acts across geographical, political, economic, societal, and cultural boundaries, it is not a first responder and does not intervene in the midst of violent crises.

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    Why does Meta-Culture form partnerships and affiliations with organizations outside of India?
    Cutting edge developments in Dialogue, Consensus Building and Conflict Resolution Theory and application are not happening in India. It is therefore important for Meta-Culture to be connected with practitioner organizations like the Consensus Building Institute, and practitioner forums like Mediators Beyond Borders and the Company-Community Dialogue Facilitators Forum. These connections enable us to keep up with current research and practice, continue learning, and collaborate with the world's best thinkers and practitioners.
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We are the sum of our surrounding relationships. Our staff, who take the heat of working in an uncompromising environment; our clients, who take a leap of faith to try out a field many don't understand; our allies, who support us because they see what others cannot; and the cynics who drive us to demonstrate that we are better than they give us credit for. All of them, in their own way, help us achieve our mission.