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IUCN NL works together with nature organisations in multiple countries in Asia, Latin America, Africa, Europe and the Netherlands. In our collaborations, we connect all parties involved to work together optimally for nature conservation and restoration. The list below contains parts of our collaborative partners and is not exhaustive.
- A Rocha Ghana
- Alliance for Tompotika Conservation
- Alyansa Tigil Mina
- Ambiente y Sociedad
- Centro de Documentación e Información Bolivia
- Centre for Soil Ecology
- De Vlinderstichting
- Earth League International
- Environmental Legal Assistance Center Philippines
- Forgotten Parks Foundation
- Gaia Amazonas
- Global Witness
- Sustainable Development Institute
- Innovation et Formation pour le Développement et la Paix
- Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance
- IUCN Ghana
- Natura Bolivia
- Protection International
- Savia Boliva
- Sawit Watch
- Soorten NL
- Strong Roots
- Tropenbos Ghana
- Tropenbos International
- Vereniging van Beleggers voor Duurzame Ontwikkeling
- Wageningen Plant Research
- World Wide Fund for Nature
- Wilde Ganzen
- Women Engage for a Common Future
Dutch Postcode Lottery
IUCN NL has been a beneficiary of the Dutch Postcode Lottery since 2001 and receives an annual contribution, which it is free to spend on its mission, amounting to €900,000. IUCN NL has used this support since 2001, to manage the Land Acquisition Fund, among others. The contribution is also used to fund our activities for the platform of Dutch IUCN member organisations.
In addition to the standard contribution, IUCN NL regularly receives additional project funding from the Lottery. In 2019, we received an additional amount for the Operation Jaguar project and in 2020, we jointly received an extra amount in association with NIOO-KNAW (Netherlands Institute of Ecology) and the Vlinderstichting for the Onder het Maaiveld project.
IUCN NL has a long history of cooperation with the Dutch government, in particular with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality. During 2021-2025, IUCN NL is part of Forests for a Just Future , a strategic partnership with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In addition we receive shorter-term programme funding from the Ministry and embassies. From the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality we receive funding to support Dutch input for the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) and greening the Dutch economy.
IUCN NL receives several project grants from the European Union. For example, we protect nature in the national parks of Lake Upemba and Kundelungu in the south of the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Other financing partners
IUCN NL also receives funding for specific project from various donors.
Groene 11 is the cooperation partnership for public affairs of different nature and environmental organisations. Groene 11 helps increase the effectiveness of the lobbying work carried out by participating organisations towards the Dutch government. The following organisations are part of Groene 11: Greenpeace, IUCN NL, IVN, LandschappenNL, Milieudefensie, Natuur & Milieu, Natuur en Milieufederaties, Natuurmonumenten, SoortenNL, Stichting De Noordzee, Vogelbescherming Nederland, Waddenvereniging, and the World Wide Fund for Nature. More information: https://www.groene11.nl/
Deltaplan for Restoring Biodiversity
As a partner of the Deltaplan for Restoring Biodiversity we work to make the Netherlands a country in which people and nature can flourish. The Deltaplan’s ambition is to transform biodiversity loss in the Netherlands into biodiversity restoration. A broad social movement is needed to achieve this. The Deltaplan unites knowledge institutes, agricultural representatives, citizens, businesses, nature and environmental organisations and banks.