Updated: Jan 20
As citizens of the world, we profit from international forums and events such as the Climate Summit COP25 in Madrid, the Doha Forum on International Governance in Qatar and the multilateral forum on peace and security, The Paris Peace Forum.
The Paris Peace Forum is an international event on global governance issues and multilateralism, held annually in Paris. The Forum convenes heads of states, heads of international organisations, representatives of civil society (non-governmental organizations, private corporations, unions, think tanks, experts, journalists, media etc) for the purpose of discussing in depth major global challenges and finding practical solutions. The Forum also showcases more than 100 projects coming from all around the world, that have put in practice specific solutions to governance challenges. At the Forum we host two braindates, which are mini-workshops where we had the opportunity to exchange ideas on the Universal Declaration of Human Responsibilities.
The 2019 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP25), is the 25th United Nations Climate Change conference. The conference incorporates the 25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), the 15th meeting of the parties for the Kyoto Protocol (CMP15), and the second meeting of the parties for the Paris Agreement (CMA2). At the COP25 we had short discussions with indigenous organizations from Latin America about climate change and the Amazonia.
The Doha Forum is a platform for global dialogue on critical challenges facing our world. This year topic was Reimagining Governance in a MultiPolar World. Our organization had the opportunity to establish connections with key partners of this multipolar world such as think tanks, international organizations and universities.