About the Stimson Center partnership

The Platform on Global Security, Justice & Governance Innovation is an initiative of the Stimson Center’s Just Security 2020 Program.

The Stimson Center, in collaboration with interested governments, civil society groups, businesses, and international organization partners, such as the Global Challenges Foundation has initiated Just Security 2020: Advancing the Recommendations of the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance. 

Just Security 2020 aims to build a more capable United Nations and other global institutions to better cope with existing and new global challenges, in the face of growing mass violence in fragile states, the threat of runaway climate change, and fears of devastating cross-border economic shocks and cyber-attacks. Effective problem solving requires both global collaboration and attention to serious deficits of justice as well as security, to create “just security”. In occasion of the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, the multistakeholder effort gives particular attention to initiating and influencing preparations for a Leaders Summit in September 2020 in New York on UN renewal, innovation, and reform.

Call to action

Read “Confronting the crisis of global governance” the recommendations of the Albright-Gambari Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance on how the intersection of justice and security is critical to understanding and tackling today’s global governance threats and challenges.

See more about the Global Policy Dialogue on “Global Security, Justice, and Economic Institutions” held on 5-6 June 2019, in Washington, D.C. to discuss novel ideas for better improving today’s global security, justice, and economic architecture for 21st century global risks, threats, and opportunities.

Take part of Global Policy Dialogue on “Climate Governance: Innovating the Paris Agreement & Beyond” on 23 October 2019, Seoul, South Korea.