Governments, Leaders, and Institutions, through their policies & reforms, need to reflect the, vision and ambitions of a changing world around. It is important to have inclusiveness of those who are going to be impacted by the ‘policy’ – the People.
As it is ‘people’ that matter, P3 World Council describes PPPs as ‘Public-Private-People’ partnerships that structures an inclusive ecosystem where all the stakeholders cooperate and collaborate.
As we engage with Governments and Institutions across the world, Public Policy is one of the areas where we are working closely to make sure it is impactful till the grass-root levels of the society
In the words of PrasHanth, good Governance should be like air. Its existence need not be discussed but its absence would make a huge difference. We understand this at P3 World Council and that is what makes us keep Governance as one of the core values we work with, across Governments and Institutions.
We believe that Governance as a value cannot be achieved in an imbalanced way. It is as much the responsibility of the people as it is of the Government. We seek to bridge the gap by engaging a synergy between the governed and the govern.
One question that keeps us going strong at P3 World Council in the area of Human Development is Have our learning systems evolved at the pace at which the world around us hastransformed?
The issues we face are different, and the challenges we deal with have undergone a phenomenal change to what they were a couple of decades back. The world today faces new challenges that requires a renewed outlook to the way our leaders and governments look at it.
P3 World Council is committed to helping the ecosystems around us transform to a changed world order thereby bringing about a holistic human development, from government officials to the youth, who would be the future leaders of tomorrow
At P3 World Council, we work with an objective that the core focus of our economic reforms and public policies should be to look beyond numbers, statistics and data and map the impact on the well-being of those for whom they are structured.
The well-being index should be mapped, as it is only then that our economic reforms and public policies will be more effective.
P3 World Council engages with civil society members and policy makers to find the missing gaps where our economic reforms fall short.
We at P3 World Council, see sustainability that encompasses sustaining not only our resources and ecosystem but also the well-being of the weaker sections of any society.
At P3 World Council, we believe, sustainability should be looked beyond a goal or a target and be made a way of thinking, with basic principles that guides our values, reforms, and policies.
When our values are sustained, it will naturally reflect in our approach to people, processes, and systems. P3 World Council via its engagement with global leaders and governments seeks to sustain values that protect the well-being and good will of everyone in an ecosystem
One of our strongest pillars of work has been to procure relevant data and actionable intelligence that matters in critical decision making. We live in an age where information is readily available, however, it is important to retrieve and compartmentalize the same which matters the most
P3 World Council is committed in equipping governments and enterprises with well-researched data and statistical analysis that enables informed decision making. Our endeavor is to work closely with stakeholders, be it public, private or people in collaboratively achieving strategic development goals and national vision agendas
When it comes to Public-Private Partnership arrangements, it is a responsibility that needs to be collectively shared to bring about an impact at a larger level of the value chain.