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, the world needs a new kind of leadership, combined with new tools, networks, and institutions. The Hague Institute for Global Justice and the Stimson Center, in collaboration with the One Earth Future Foundation and U.N. Foundation, held the Washington, D.C. launch of Confronting the Crisis of Global Governance, the new report of the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance.
Co-chair of the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance Madeleine K. Albright and Commissioner Jane Holl Lute discussed the new commission report Confronting the Crisis of Global Governance, below.
“The recommendations of the commission are intended, in this 70th anniversary year of the United Nations to encourage what Professor Gambari and I have been calling a ‘road map’ for a broad based policy dialogue at an institutional reform agenda aimed at 2020,” Albright added. “We have to take this road map out of the glove compartment and we need to invite potential partners from around the world, governments, civil society organizations, the private sector, media, and international organizations to help build and sustain a coalition for progressive global change in pursuit of a vision of justice and security for all.”
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Featured in photo above, left to right:
William Durch, Co-Director, Stimson’s Future of Peace Operations program; Madeleine K. Albright, Former U.S. Secretary of State and Ambassador to the United Nations; Richard Ponzio, Head of Global Governance, The Hague Institute for Global Justice