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The global risks

The mission of the Global Challenges Foundation is to prevent, or at least reduce the likelihood, of a catastrophe that would cause the death of over 10% of humanity, or cause damage on a similar scale. This is known as a global catastrophic risk.

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Partnerships

Global challenges require global cooperation. We will not come up with and implement the perfect solution to the world’s greatest challenges on our own. In fact, nobody will.

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Our times call for truth telling. This changing atmosphere opens a great opportunity for journalists to work more closely with the UN, and play a...

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Global Challenges Foundation19 hours ago

What key structural changes are needed for the UN to effectively address the greatest challenges of our time?

https://globalchallenges.org/global-governance-and-the-emergence-of-global-institutions-for-the-21st-century/

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Global Challenges Foundation2 days ago

Without journalists and without access we would be without perspective, without context, and in some cases, without the truth.