Publication: Discussion Paper on Global Governance Reform
Solving our escalating global crises calls for strengthened global governance and international cooperation. Here is how we get there.
Global efforts to address our escalating global crises, including climate change, biodiversity loss, imminent ecosystem collapse and a host of other challenges, together threatening the well-being and future of humanity and the planet, are being impeded by critical governance and cooperation challenges at national, regional and global levels. Moreover, many of our current governance reforms and investments are proving to be uneven, fragmented, and inadequate in delivering the institutions, policy coherence and results that we need. In this discussion paper Stirling Dean, Chief Architect of the United Institutions and Chairman of the United Institutions Foundation, argues that it is mission critical that we put governance at the center of the global agenda and adopt a global response to strengthening cooperation inclusive of national, regional and international levels. He furthermore offers practical recommendations on how such a global response should be approached and organized.
Publisher: United Institutions Foundation
Publication Date: 09/02/2019
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