The Centre for Transnational Development and Collaboration (CTDC) is dedicated to promoting gender equality, women’s rights, the rights of sexual minorities and marginalised groups including refugees and asylum seekers. We are committed to promoting and protecting human rights, and we respect and value dignity of each individual, and encourage diversity, pluralism, non-discrimination, non-violence, equality of opportunity, solidarity, security, and participation of all people, regardless of their religion, gender, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity, disability and age. We work towards achieving social, political and economic change across the world through research, consultancy services, monitoring and evaluation, advocacy, project design, capacity building, awareness raising and educational programs.
CTDC’s vision is of a world in which discriminations on the bases of gender, religion, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, disability and age are non-existent. We imagine a world that celebrates diversity, difference and inclusiveness.
CTDC is dedicated to creating positive organic and sustainable change to improve the lives of women and marginalised groups, through awareness raising, educational programs, capacity building, advocacy and research.
CTDC stands for: Commitment to Change, Transparency. Diversity. Credibility.
We create opportunities for collaboration. We are committed to integrity and reflexivity. We aim to foster common grounds.