Networking, learning, and sharing information with other likeminded groups/individuals not only provides new avenues of possibility but also strength from collective experience on work that is currently being done. Keystone engages with a number of organisations both within the country and abroad. Apart from working on joint projects and highlighting important issues, we also have the ability through these connections to come together and collectively bring about change at a much larger scale.
The international collaborations spans across the world as far and wide as Hawaii and Sweden. Through the networking Keystones work gets to travel the world as well as facilitate new knowledge to be brought back to the Nilgiris hub. The common thread amongst the partnerships are that they usually concern topics related to conservation, enterprises or livelihood, but no area is too big or too small if the topic is of interest to Keystone’s vision and mission.