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In our vision of the future, everyone has a say in decisions that matter to them.

Businesses, communities and countries thrive from engaged people, conserved resources, money spent wisely, and effective action taken. To achieve this, we pledge our commitment to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 17: Partnership for the Goals. With everything we do, we aim to revitalise global partnership for sustainable development, and to align development cooperation with country-defined priorities and results.

We want the world to be a better place because Catalyze APAC is in it. Therefore, we have partnered with the B1G1 Business for Good Program to donate to community initiated causes after simple business activities such as invoicing or receiving feedback.

Catalyze APAC is also proud to be a part of the Social Enterprise Council of NSW & ACT (SECNA). Social Enterprises exist to create a fairer and more sustainable world to ensure that all people, places and planets thrive.

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CEO Paul Gordon joins EO Sydney’s Scaling Impact Podcast to discuss UN Sustainable Dev. Goal #17.

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What’s in a name?

Finding the perfect name isn’t easy, and as soon as more than one person is involved, the process can become significantly complicated. In this Case Study, we explore how Catalyze resolved a decision-making gridlock by recognising and embracing the subjective and...

New Zealand Defence Force Develops a Balanced and Sustainable Defence Plan

The New Zealand Ministry of Defence (MoD) sets defence policy and the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is responsible for achieving the policy aims within that budget. In practice close cooperation and planning is required to achieve those aims. “The outcomes of that...

A Multi-Agency Strategy for Long-Term Sustainability

Three closely related government agencies in New Zealand, which work together to deliver interdependent objectives, were tasked by Ministers to present real options for their longterm sustainable resourcing and capability requirements – as a single ‘community’. Read...

Road Policing: A Shared Journey

New Zealand Police plays a critical part in helping to make roads safer and more efficient for all road users. It does this through the effective enforcement of traffic laws including alcohol and speed regulations; by promoting good driving practices; and through road...

Shell Engages Stakeholders to Inform Decommissioning Decision

The Brent field is situated 186km offshore, north-east of Lerwick, Shetland, Scotland, in a water depth of 140m, and has four large platforms; Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta. The Brent field was discovered in 1971. Oil production began in 1976, and then in the 1990s...

BAE Systems and MoD specify the Royal Navy’s next generation of warships

The multi-mission Type 26 Global Combat Ship, which is due to come into service after 2020, will be used by the Royal Navy in combat and counter piracy operations and to support humanitarian and disaster relief work around the world. The Type 26 has subsequently...

Victim Support: Creating a Brighter Future

Victim Support is an independent incorporated society that provides a free 24/7 community response to help victims of crime and trauma in New Zealand. It is focused on being there for victims and ensuring that victims feel empowered and restored. It is widely known...
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