The Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission
The IOC a plays central role in the intergovernmental coordination of ocean science and the sustainable management of our oceans. Flinch worked with the IOC to develop a 4-year Communications Strategy to help promote the value of the IOC to its 149 Member States.
New Zealand ministry of foreign affairs and trade
Flinch is helping New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade to use digital media to promote the benefits of export trade for regional development and environmental sustainability.
UNESCO - health and education
Flinch supported UNESCO to develop a global advocacy campaign to increase support for Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in Latin America, Asia and Africa. This global advocacy campaign was designed to help policymakers develop a greater understanding of key benefits of CSE for individuals, families and countries.
Flinch is working with UN Environment and its United for Efficiency programme to promote the adoption of energy-efficient appliances in emerging economies.
This work has the potential to eliminate carbon emissions equal to the removal of 500 million cars from our roads.
tHE world meteorological organisation
We helped the World Meteorological Organisation develop Communications Strategies to:
Improve the way all Small Island Developing States (SIDS) are using weather and climate forecasting services to protect communities and boost economic development and;
Boost the use of climate forecasting services in the Polar Regions.
International Commission for the protection of the danube river
Flinch worked closely with the ICPDR to develop a strategy for communicating key messages and lessons to decision-makers, stakeholders and partners within the Danube river basin and throughout the world.
WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION
Flinch supported the formative research needed to support efforts by the World Health Organization (WHO) to increase rates of skin-to-skin contact between newborns and mothers across the Asia Pacific region. This work has the potential to save more than 50,000 unnecessary deaths every year across the region.
We are supporting combined efforts by the Samoa Conservation Society, the Government of Samoa and the Auckland Zoo, to protect the critically endangered Manumea aka the "Little Dodo". We are supporting the development of a social marketing campaign to reduce the impacts of hunting this native species.