Multi-Stakeholder Collaboration

Carefully designed collaboration can be a powerful way through today’s systemic challenges. We have a unique talent for creating the conditions for people to bridge diverse perspectives and find multiple, innovative routes forward.

We designed and facilitated the 2013 Climate Gathering with our European partners at the Burren College of Art, where sixty people from ten countries participated in collaborative dialogue to shift the narrative on climate change.

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True collaboration creates the conditions for people to bridge diverse perspectives and find multiple, innovative routes forward. Our participatory methods enable stakeholders to address substantive issues and sustain commitment to outcomes over time.

“Context’s master facilitators bridged Inuit, government, and scientific views. They supported progress through multiple phases. The outcome was expanded participation in decision making and a foundation for future collaboration. A year later many things are happening that Context’s work mobilized. ”

Jamie Snook, Executive Director, Torngat Wildlife Secretariat

“A consortium of the Japanese, Canadian, and German Space Agencies engaged us to design and facilitate the International On-Orbit Summit for 80 participants from 12 countries. In his closing address, Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Astronaut, Dr. K. Wakata, stated that the event had been, “like no conference I’ve attended—no one was sleeping!””