The inaugural Paris Peace Forum commemorates the centenary of the armistice of World War I. On the initiative of French President Emmanuel Macron, the forum is a recurring event for achieving global governance reform.
The Global Challenges Foundation is present as a partner of the Paris Peace Forum. The booth of the Global Challenges Foundation can be found in the Space for Solutions at the Paris Peace Forum’s venue.
The New Shape Process Working Groups will give presentations of their work in the villages of the Space for Solutions.
On Monday November 12th
Natalie Samarasinghe - "Together First - Building a Truly Global Partnership for Tackling Catastrophic Risks" in the Peace and Security village.
Augusto López-Claros - "Global Governance and the Emergence of Global Institutions for the 21st Century" in the Inclusive Economy village.
Paulo Magalhães - "Planetary Condominium: A Legal Framework for Earth System Stewardship" in the Environment village.
Shahr-yar Mahmoud - "The San Francisco Promise to Let ‘We the Peoples’ Govern the World: Article 109(3) Rediscovered" in the Peace and Security village.
On Tuesday November 13th
Chris Hamer - "A World Security Community of Democratic Nations" in the Peace and Security village.
On November 13th Mats Andersson, Vice Chairman of the Global Challenges Foundation, will moderate the discussion "Finance for Climate: A Way to Go Forward, a Way to Go Faster" at the mini-Agora between 13:45- 14:30.
Find out more about the Global Challenges Foundation at the Paris Peace Forum on this web page.