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Integrated Water Resource Management (SDG 6.5)
Protect and Restore Ecosystems (SDG 6.6)
Climate Resilience and Adaptation (SDG 13.1)
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Communications & outreach
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|Org. Size:||Small (10 - 99 Employees)|
Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano - FFLA is a private non-profit organization based in Quito, Ecuador. Its mission is to work towards sustainable development in Latin America through constructive dialogue and conflict resolution, strengthened citizen participation, and improved political and institutional capacities. FFLA works throughout Ecuador and Latin America on projects and strategic initiatives that focus on the transformation of conflicts related to natural resources,…
Fundación Futuro Latinoamericano - FFLA is a private non-profit organization based in Quito, Ecuador. Its mission is to work towards sustainable development in Latin America through constructive dialogue and conflict resolution, strengthened citizen participation, and improved political and institutional capacities. FFLA works throughout Ecuador and Latin America on projects and strategic initiatives that focus on the transformation of conflicts related to natural resources, reform of environmental governance, cooperation among civil society and governments throughout the region on issues of importance to sustainable development, including natural resource extraction, socio-environmental conflicts, and climate change. Moreover, we provide training, facilitation, and advisory services in related areas. INSTITUTIONAL OBJECTIVES o To strengthen leadership and facilitate processes to reach agreements about long term visions and policies. o To promote a culture of dialogue and systems of good governance for a change towards sustainable development. o To generate and share knowledge for the construction of collective awareness and capacity building. WORK APPROACH In order to accomplish its objectives, FFLA counts on five institutional approaches: 1. Promote Dialogue: a genuine and collaborative interaction between individuals and groups with different perspectives, interests, and knowledge to build consensus towards sustainability. 2. Conflict transformation: a profound process of constructive change towards sustainability, connecting emerging problems with relational and structural patterns, addressing the content, context, and complexity of conflicts to generate impacts on different dimensions. 3. Capacity building: a process of support, advice, knowledge sharing, and the creation of new capabilities for the exercise of citizenship (rights and duties), that contributes to sustainability. 4. Strengthening governance systems’: the mechanisms, processes, and institutions through which the State and civil society articulate their interests, make decisions, exercise their power, fulfill their obligations, and mediate their differences. 5. Peacebuilding: generating values, attitudes, traditions, behaviors, and lifestyles, based on respect for life, nature, human rights, and the promotion and practice of non-violence. STRATEGIC INITIATIVES Since 2009, FFLA works under six medium-term strategic initiatives in order to achieve sustainable impacts. One of these is the Water Governance Initiative, which works strengthening governance and integrated water resources management in major cities in Ecuador and at a regional level.
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