PublicPrivateDialogue.org serves as a one-stop shop of knowledge and advice for stakeholders interested in building or sustaining public-private dialogue (PPD) to improve the business climate. The website is for representatives of the public and private sectors, civil society, donor agencies, as well as all stakeholders interested in practicing dialogue.
PublicPrivateDialogue.org provides a learning space for the global PPD community of practice. It enables the sharing of experiences and lessons learned about what makes PPD successful. This website was originally created in 2006 by the World Bank’s program on Private Sector Engagement for Good Governance with support from DFID, the World Bank Group and the OECD Development Centre. In 2014, the site was refreshed through a partnership of the World Bank and the Center for International Private Enterprise in order to foster ongoing knowledge exchange among PPD practitioners.
We invite practitioners to submit content on public-private dialogue for sharing with the community, such as blogs, news, case studies, research papers, websites or other resources.