About the FGG alliance

The Fair Green and Global (FGG) alliance is an alliance of six civil society organisations. Both ENDS is the lead agency, and other member organisations are: ActionAid, Clean Clothes Campaign, Milieudefensie (Friends of the Earth Netherlands), SOMO and Transnational Institute.

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Various publications by the Fair Green and Global alliance and its members

Mutual capacity development

Mutual capacity development is the FGG Alliance's distinct approach to capacity development, to ensure that civil society actors can speak with a loud, collective voice, have the necessary knowledge, advocacy skills and influence, and are able to undertake action freely and safely. Read more in our latest publication!

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Balanceren met Handel en Hulp

Recommendations by the FGG Alliance to Minister Ploumen (Dutch version)

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Balancing Trade and Aid

Recommendations from the Fair, Green and Global Alliance to Minister Ploumen (English version) Balancing Trade and Aid With the arrival of the Rutte II cabinet, a wish of the members of the Fair, Green and Global Alliance (FGG) has come true; trade and global development are under the supervision of the same minister. Policy coherence in rich countries is the key to sustainable and equitable development. To actually help strengthen Trade and Aid , the Minister will be engaged in a balancing act for the next four years. In ‘Balancing Trade and Aid’, the members of the FGG Alliance have formulated a number of recommendations to Minister Ploumen, based on their years of experience in the field of policy coherence and international trade.

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The FGG Alliance: an introduction

An introduction/summary to the FGG Alliance: who we are, why we do what we do, and how we do it.

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Mutual Capacity Development Flyer

A modern and effective approach for fair, green and global change. Access, constituencies, knowledge, advocacy skills, leverage and an enabling environment: developing these key capacities is achieved by working and learning together, maximising each other’s strengths and addressing each other’s weaknesses.

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