global governance

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TakeAction for July 2020: Global governance and COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a global health and economic crisis that requires global solutions. However, the national-international structure is unable to offer an adequate response to it. Democracia Global is asking political leaders and international institutions to strengthen the UN system, the World Health Organization and the existing international structure by applying the principles of federalism and […]

TakeAction for January 2020: Building global governance (and the United Nations!)

2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. UN2020 strategy meeting, New York, November 2019 The UN2020 Initiative is a civil society partnership dedicated to using the 75th anniversary of the United Nations in 2020 as an opportunity to take stock and strengthen the UN system in partnership with civil society, governments, and the UN in […]

Our planet needs a strong government (December 2017)

by Dominique de Buman, Swiss MP Our planet faces numerous challenges, such as armed violence, corruption, destruction of the environment, violation of the freedom of religion or of other rights. And this list is not exhaustive — far from it. So often, humanity surpasses the limits of what is acceptable or sustainable! We are informed […]

Migration, refugees and the need for global governance reforms (December 2017)

by Lloyd Axworthy, currently Chairperson, World Refugee Council; member of the Commission on Global Security, Justice and Governance; and international Co-President of the World Federalist Movement – Institute for Global Policy According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, the number of forcibly displaced persons – over 65 million in 2016 – is higher now […]

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