Institutional Partners

The Diplomatic World Institute (DWI) works closely with a range of institutional partners to advance its mission of promoting diplomatic dialogue, education, and cooperation. These partnerships enable the DWI to leverage the expertise and resources of other organizations to achieve its goals. Institutional partners of the DWI may include universities, think tanks, non-governmental organizations, and government agencies. Together, they collaborate on projects and initiatives that aim to advance diplomatic knowledge and skills, foster intercultural understanding, and promote peace and stability.


World Business Angels Investment Forum is an affiliated partner of G20 GPFI - Global Partnerships for Financial Inclusion. Her Majesty Queen Máxima of the Netherlands is the Honorary Patron of the G20's Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI). She delivered the following video address at the 1 September 2014 GPFI Forum in Perth, Australia.



The Finnova Foundation is a non-profit organization based in Brussels, Belgium, that aims to promote sustainable development through innovation and entrepreneurship. The foundation works with a range of partners, including European Institutions, businesses, universities, and governments, to support the development of innovative projects that address societal challenges and contribute to economic growth.

The Finnova Foundation focuses on several key areas of innovation, including digitalization, circular economy, and sustainable tourism. Through its programs and initiatives, the foundation aims to foster collaboration between different stakeholders, promote knowledge sharing and capacity building, and provide funding and other resources to support innovative projects.

One of the key programs of the Finnova Foundation is the European Circular Bioeconomy Fund, which supports the development of innovative projects in the bioeconomy sector. The foundation also supports the European Green Deal, a comprehensive strategy aimed at making the European Union climate-neutral by 2050.

Overall, the Finnova Foundation is a leading organization in the field of sustainable innovation, and its work is helping to drive the transition to a more sustainable and prosperous future.


Global Women Media is an independent news agency founded by the Institute for the Humanities and Information Technologies.

This is an officially registered media and a news agency providing other media with articles. Since 2017, the news agency was known as the Eurasian Women's Community. In early 2020, the news agency was renamed into the Global Women Media.

During 3 years of its work, the website won considerable international authority for bridging together women leaders from different countries. The new name of the website adopted in March 2020 is designed to reflect a new concept of a global media for women who improve the world actively..


The Institute for The Humanities and Information Technologies is a Moscow-based higher education institution established on April 30, 1992. The Institute has been carrying out innovative educational techniques based on creativity for 28 years already. IGUMO is the space filled with mutual respect, professional development, and self-fulfilment. It appreciates initiative attitude, love towards future profession, and readiness to work in team. IGUMO has been the right holder of 'Responsible Education' trademark since 2009. The students are offered jobs even before their graduation during their practical training. We train active and thinking professionals revealing the potential of every student.


For thousands of years, the Arctic sea ice has naturally protected our planet from the heat of the sun. But now the ice is melting at an alarming rate, putting the Arctic Ocean - and us all - under threat. Declare MAPS: the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary today to protect this vulnerable ecosystem, and our world.

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To date, all Parvati Foundation efforts have been 100% volunteer-run. Heartfelt, selfless service will always drive our grassroots efforts. Parvati Foundation's volunteers do this work because we love to. But Arctic ice is melting at 14,000 tons a second. Our world can no longer afford to move at the pace of traditional grassroots activism. We have a plan to exponentially speed up the needed public education to awaken an unstoppable call to action to protect the Arctic Ocean - and, thereby, all life on Earth.

Be a part of this journey with us. We can't do it alone. But we can do it together.