Stimson Center, UNA National Capital Area, and the Global Challenges Foundation (GCF) are co-hosting a public discussion on the future of global governance. The aim is to reflect on lessons learned from previous reform, innovation, and renewal efforts, to draw attention to new initiatives, and to demonstrate ways that those interested in contributing to reform can become engaged in the movement. The GCF supports risk awareness and facilitates governance innovation aimed at mitigating global catastrophic risks.
WHAT: A public discussion on the future of global governance. This event is on-the-record.
WHERE: The Stimson Center, 1211 Connecticut Avenue, NW, 8th Floor, Washington DC, 20036
WHEN: Thursday, 11 October, from 12:30 – 2:30 PM. A light lunch will be served at 12:00 PM.
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BRIAN FINLAY, President and CEO, The Stimson Center (Welcome)
FREDRIK KARLSSON, Executive Director, Global Challenges Foundation (Introduction of the Global Challenges Foundation and New Shape Process)
Panel Discussion With:
BRUCE JONES, Vice-President and Director of the Foreign Policy Program, Brookings
AUGUSTO LOPEZ-CARLOS, Senior Fellow, Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University (on leave from the World Bank)
BRETT SCHAEFER, Jay Kingham Senior Research Fellow in International Regulatory Affairs, The Heritage Foundation
KATE SULLIVAN, Head of Partnerships, Global Challenges Foundation
MEGAN ROBERTS, Deputy Director for Policy Planning, United Nations Foundation (co-moderator)
RICHARD PONZIO, Director, Just Security 2020 Program and co-chair, UNA-NCA Peace & Security Committee, The Stimson Center (co-moderator).
This panel is being held in partnership with The Stimson Center, the UNA National Capital Area, and the Global Challenges Foundation (GCF).