Our institutional partners
The Centre on Governance’s mandate is to work with organizations to improve knowledge of governance mechanisms in order to analyze implementation problems and improve services. Therefore, the staff of CoG studies, teaches and disseminates knowledge on governance phenomena in the public, private and social sectors in a context of cross-sectoral and inter-governmental collaboration. The Centre is a hub of ideas where work is interdisciplinary, and where both academics and practitioners work together in partnership(s) outside as well as within the University.
ENAP is a public university whose mandate is to contribute to the organization of the state to improve the response(s) to the needs of the community. ENAP exercises leadership and influence among public-management practitioners and decision makers in Quebec, Canada and elsewhere in the world through its management training and consulting activities offered to foreign governments and to public administration schools. As a result, it spreads knowledge and expertise and contributes to Quebec’s reputation, both at home and abroad.
The mission of the international unit of the School of Public Health of the University of Montreal is to contribute to the improvement of the health of populations in developing and emerging countries. In close partnership with health institutions in these countries, the IHU supports policy and strategy development and helps deliver fair and effective programs and services. The School of Public Health offers various possibilities for research and internships.
MDF is a global training and consultancy agency, with over 25 years of experience in international co-operation. MDF enhances client skills, assists organizations in improving performances, maximizes the impact of partnerships and networks, and focuses on sustainable project and program results. With a global presence, MDF’s clients can tap into a worldwide network and call upon combined teams of international and local MDF experts. Given MDF’s hands-on experience on national, provincial and local levels, it has become a master in bridging theory and practice.
Core Advice provides advisory services to public and private parties with regard to the social impact(s) of institutional and economic reforms, and with regard to economic development and job creation, especially among youth. Core Advice clients include governments, state enterprises, public bodies involved in the implementation of reforms, private operators, local governments, and bilateral and multilateral donors.
Founded in 1989 and with offices in Belgium and Canada, le Groupe-conseil Baastel is recognized for its quality services in Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E), Results-Based Management (RBM), strategic planning, project and program management, and building individual and institutional capacity in these areas. Baastel has successfully worked for bilateral and multilateral agencies, non-governmental organizations, private sector companies, foundations and foreign governments on all continents, conducting evaluations of projects and programs and developing M&E, RBM and reporting frameworks, tools and systems. Baastel’s solid team of experts delivers services that are customized to fulfill the most demanding and complex client needs and expectations, regardless of scale, scope, context or sector. Baastel’s outstanding reputation is built on a record of international and national successes, and expertise that is backed by attention to transparency and neutrality.