Both ENDS strategy 2020-2025
Together with our global partner network, Both ENDS works along three strategic pathways that together lay the foundation for our vision to become reality:
1. An empowered and influential civil society
2. Systemic change in public institutions that prioritises people and planet
3. Transformative practices are the norm
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News / 11 December 2020
Both ENDS presents new strategy towards 2025
Both ENDS has a new 5-year strategy. It is set up along three strategic pathways that together lay the foundation for our vision to become reality: 1) An empowered and influential civil society; 2) Systemic change in public institutions that prioritizes people and planet; and 3) Transformative practices are the norm.
News / 10 January 2023
In Memoriam: Irene Dankelman
With pain in our hearts we say farewell to Irene Dankelman. She was pioneer in the field of gender and environment and one of the founders of Both ENDS.
Video / 31 December 2022
Let's work together towards a green, just and healthy 2023!
At Both ENDS, we were happy to finally be able to meet many of our partners again in 2022. Although digital meetings are here to stay, they will never beat a live encounter every once in a while where we get to know each other's contexts, learn from each other and motivate and inspire one another.
But be it live or online, together we will work towards a green, just and healthy 2023!
External link / 20 July 2021
Annual Report 2020 website
On our special website you find the best from our Annual Report 2020. Read the stories from 2020 about the work we did on building a strong civil society, bringing about systemic change and promoting transformative practices, together with our partners around the globe.
Publication / 19 July 2021
External link / 28 December 2020
Submit your memory for our anniversary website
No matter whether you're working with us for 30 days of 30 years: we'd like to hear from you! What do you think about Both ENDS? What was/is our added value to your work? How did/do we cooperate? What is your oldest, or your dearest, memory? What do you wish for the years to come? Submit your contribution for our 30-year anniversary!
Publication / 19 June 2020
External link / 19 June 2020
Annual Report 2019 website
Our Annual Report features some of the best stories from 2019 about the work we did together with our partners around the globe.
External link / 29 May 2019
Online Annual Report 2018
In 2018, we worked closely with our partners around the world to achieve more sustainable and inclusive societies. Our joint projects and activities vary from regreening drylands to protecting wetlands, from capacity development at the community level to advocacy at United Nations level, from policy to practice. Read all our stories from 2018 in the Both ENDS Annual Report!
Publication / 29 May 2019
External link / 29 June 2018
Online Annual Report 2017
Take a look at our online Annual Report over the year 2017!
Publication / 31 May 2018
External link / 19 June 2017
Online Annual Report 2016
Take a look at our online Annual Report over the year 2016!
Publication / 30 May 2017
News / 30 December 2016
Happy New Year!
Also in 2017, Both ENDS will continue to work towards a sustainable, fair and inclusive world. We wish our partners, funders, colleagues and everyone else who is interested in our work a succesful New Year!
External link / 1 August 2016
Online Annual Report 2015
Take a look at our online Annual Report of the year 2015!
Publication / 31 May 2016
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Publication / 21 February 2018
News / 22 May 2018
Reflection on policy note "Investing in Global Prospects"
On Friday, the long awaited policy note by Dutch Minister for Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag was published. The note was the outcome of a process of consultation, scientific analysis and much discussion within and outside the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. We searched for the spirit underlying it: What trends does this minister consolidate and deepen? What is new? Are those new aspects a superficial change of discourse or a genuine break with the past? On what issues is the paper silent and what do those silences tell us?