The FutureWorld Foundation will focus on the five priority areas that can be said to constitute a Global Agenda:
  • Delivering [environmentally and socially] sustainable economic growth - for without this, we shall not be able to achieve anything else.

  • Reducing poverty and improving equity - because exceptional prosperity for the few at the expense of the many is neither justifiable nor sustainable.

  • Addressing the sources of vulnerability and promoting global, regional, national and human security - for security underpins both community and progress .

  • Sharing the norms and values that enable global coexistence, while respecting cultural differences - because respect for core values and universal norms allows us to live in harmony, while appreciation of cultural diversity enriches our understanding.

  • Improving the quality of global governance and our global institutions - for most of the important challenges we face in a highly-connected world can only be resolved in this way.

Posted on Nov 29, 2021 | in category: Reducing poverty and improving equity | by Global Policy, Carole-Anne Sénit, Frank Biermann

Global civil society is often seen as a democratic force in global governance with civil society organizations claiming to hold states and intergovernmental institutions accountable, while...  Read More

Posted on Nov 21, 2021 | in category: Sharing core norms and values | by Journal of Religion and Violence , Torkel Brekke

It is widely assumed that Islamophobia and antisemitism are analogous: Both travel easily across national and cultural boundaries and adapt to new contexts. Torkel Brekke suggests in this article...  Read More

Posted on Nov 29, 2021 | in category: Delivering sustainable economic growth | by UNCTAD

After decades of growing inequalities, polarizing pressures and a pandemic that has destroyed jobs on an unprecedented scale, an economic recovery will provide an opportunity to rebalance the...  Read More

Posted on Nov 25, 2021 | in category: Addressing vulnerability and promoting security | by UNDP

The COVID-19 pandemic has required large, rapid responses from governments to mitigate the negative effects of the crisis on livelihoods. Almost all countries required innovative policies to...  Read More

Posted on Nov 25, 2021 | in category: Improving global governance | by Shanghai Institute for International Studies, Ye Yu, Zhou Yuyuan

The U.S. and China, one as the dominant financial power and the other as the largest official bilateral creditor, share common interests and responsibilities in strengthening to governance of...  Read More

Posted on Nov 21, 2021 | in category: Delivering sustainable economic growth | by  Carnegie Europe, Olivia Lazard

The COP26 climate summit failed to secure a 1.5°C outcome, with scientists warning that the planet is still on the path to Read More

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