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FFLA promotes a culture of collaborative multi-stakeholder, multi-sector and multi-level dialogue

About us


To promote constructive dialogue, strengthen citizen, political and institutional capacities, and articulate processes for sustainable development in Latin America.


A Latin America that favors dialogue and the agreement of visions and policies for sustainable development; that has diverse systems of good governance that promote fair, harmonious and equitable coexistence; and that recognizes in conflicts opportunities to transform society.


To facilitate and promote the management of sustainable territories in Latin America through constructive dialogue, good governance and the strengthening of citizen and institutional capacities.


FFLA fulfills its mission and objectives, through

  • Natural Resources Management and Climate Change Program.
  • Dialogue and Agreement for Sustainable Development Program.

Additionally, it is supported by the following units

  • Financial Administrative Management.
  • Programming, Monitoring and Communication Unit.


Our contribution towards a sustainable, just and inclusive society is framed in five institutional approaches


Dialogue promotion

As a process of interaction and collaboration between individuals and groups with different perspectives, interests and knowledge for consensus building towards sustainability.


Conflict transformation

As a process of constructive change towards sustainability that links emerging problems with relational and structural patterns, addressing the content, context and complexity of conflicts to generate impacts in different dimensions.


Promotion of governance systems

As a methodology for seeking and defining innovative management models among the different stakeholders-public, private and community-to promote appropriate management of natural infrastructure, articulate interests and actions in the correct decision-making process, to achieve sustainability (social, environmental and economic).


Gender Equality Mainstreaming

As an effort to reduce asymmetries present in Latin American societies and promotes sustainable development and gender equality with an intersectional approach.


Capacity building

As a process of accompaniment, advice, exchange of knowledge and generation of capacities and advocacy that contribute to sustainability.