Global Governance

Starting point

The existing institutional architecture of global governance is proving inadequate to tackle the challenges at hand. The multiplicity of existing bodies and loose coordination structures lead to anecdotal responses better suited to short-term electoral considerations of leaders rather the requirements of an interdependent world. Ideas do exist on how the global governance system and its multiple elements could be better organised as a functioning whole. We will gradually collect them here, thus constructing the first pillar of the Grand Narrative.

Specific elements for the Grand Narrative

GOVERNANCE ARCHITECTURE

UN REFORM

REGIONAL INTEGRATION

GLOBAL PUBLIC GOODS

ROLE OF NON-STATE ACTORS

RULE OF LAW & DEMOCRACY

ETHICS IN GOVERNANCE

“The UN at 75 – Europe’s vision for the world organisation”

The discussion was chaired by Dr Silke Weinlich, Senior Researcher at the German Development Institute (DIE), and featured the following panellists: –Anna-Luise Chané, Research Fellow at the Leuven Centre for ...
Statement by the new Executive Board of FOGGS

Statement by the new Executive Board of FOGGS

Securing the future of our species:Towards a global governance system able to manage an inclusive and just transition We are honoured to take over the direction of FOGGS at a ...
STRENGTHENING THE UN SYSTEM: THE CASE FOR A COMMITTEE OF THE HEADS OF GOVERNING BODIES

STRENGTHENING THE UN SYSTEM: THE CASE FOR A COMMITTEE OF THE HEADS OF GOVERNING BODIES

Strengthening the UN system:The case for a Committee of the Heads of Governing Bodies by Dr Harris Gleckman   Political leadership of the UN system The UN System’s Chief Executives ...
ERADICATION OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL POVERTY AND THE ROLE OF THE UN

ERADICATION OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL POVERTY AND THE ROLE OF THE UN

Eradication of multidimensional poverty and the role of the UN by Sudha Sreenivasa Reddy Despite decades of “development”, poverty continues to be a scourge of international society. In many ...
The fault lines of globalisation and things we can do about them

The fault lines of globalisation and things we can do about them

Or welcoming you to the re-launched FOGGS by Georgios Kostakos, Executive Director, FOGGS A new tribalism? The emergence of populist leaders with nationalist agendas around the world has rung alarm ...
The new European Commission: Not a Grand Coalition but more political, centre-right and less green

The new European Commission: Not a Grand Coalition but more political, centre-right and less green

Author: Georgios Papanagnou After weeks of speculation Jean Claude Juncker finally announced the synthesis of his new European Commission (EC). It includes 5 former Prime Ministers, 4 Deputy Prime Ministers, 19 ...
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