The New Pact for Europe project was launched by the King Baudouin Foundation (Belgium) and the Bertelsmann Stiftung (Germany) and is supported by a large transnational consortium of institutions.
The King Baudouin Foundation (KBF) is an independent, pluralistic foundation working in Belgium and at the European and international level.
The Bertelsmann Stiftung is the largest private operating non-profit foundation in Germany, created in 1977 by Reinhard Mohn. The foundation is active in political, social, economic, educational, cultural and health-related issues.
The BMW Foundation Herbert Quandt promotes responsible leadership and inspires leaders worldwide to work towards a peaceful, just and sustainable future.
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation is a Portuguese private institution of public utility whose statutory aims are in the fields of arts, charity, education and science.
The European Policy Centre (EPC) is an independent, not-for-profit think tank, committed to making European integration work.
The Open Estonia Foundation (OEF) is a non-governmental not-for-profit public benefit foundation established in 1990 with the support of the philanthropist George Soros. The foundation is based in Tallinn, Estonia, and is affiliated with the global Open Society Foundations (OSF) network.
The Open Society Initiative for Europe aims to contribute to more vibrant and legitimate democracies in the European Union by working with a wide range of civil society actors and strengthening less central voices.