Contact

service@milieudefensie.nl

Website

https://milieudefensie.nl/

Description

Milieudefensie was founded in 1971 by a group of Dutch scientists concerned about environmental pollution. In 1972 Milieudefensie developed into a grassroots organisation and was registred as an association (vereniging). Milieudefensie became the Dutch member organisation of Friends of the Earth International that was founded as a network in 1972. Milieudefensie aims to contribute to solving and preventing environmental problems, and pursues a sustainable society at the global, national, regional and local level, in the interest of the environment and the landscape for current and future generations. We identify environmental problems; promote solutions through advocacy campaigns involving the public; aspire a fairer division of natural livelihood resources; aim at structural policy changes within governments and the corporate sector.

IATI identifier

NL-KVK-40530467

Implementation Schedule

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Organisations / agencies covered

Milieudefensie. Ca. 90% of the development flow is covered. The non-subsidized parts are not included.

Timeliness of Data

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Frequency of publication

Quarterly

Frequency of publication (extra comments)

For efficieny reasons, quarterly updates are only published in case of significant deviations from the plans. Main update takes place twice per year: (1) work plans for the next calender year and (2) annual reporting about previous calender year.

Units of Aid

Data from two Strategic Partnership programmes funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs are published: Fair, Green and Global Alliance (FGG, consisting of Both ENDS (lead organisation), ActionAid, Clean Clothes Campaign, Milieudefensie, SOMO and Transnational Institute) and Green Livelihoods Alliance (GLA, consisting of Milieudefensie (lead organisation), IUCN NL and Tropenbos International). Programmes consist of sub-programmes for each of which an activity file is created.

Segmentation of Published Data

For FGG not. For GLA partly.

Data Definitions and References

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Field Exclusions

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Record Exclusions

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Thresholds

No tresholds.

Other Constraints

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Data Quality

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User Interface

No

User Interface Website

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