Take part in the 2021 Paris Peace Forum Spring Meeting

5 May 2021

JOIN US LIVE ON 17 MAY, 17:00 – 19:45 CEST / Paris time Helping bridge the North-South divide on critical challenges: vaccines, debt, climate

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A new consensus for the post-Covid world

4 May 2021

Pascal Lamy|Justin Vaïsse Cognitive specialists tell us it always takes time for the brain to process change and update the view of a familiar landscape. For three decades, our eyes have been used to the triumph of globalization and its gospel, the Washington consensus. While not exactly consensual – and actually  increasingly contested – this set…

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The vaccination gap & climate action

24 March 2021

Project Syndicate|Justin Vaïsse Failure to heal divisions over vaccine availability for developing countries could poison the well of global cooperation and imperil the COP26 climate negotiations. Advanced economies should therefore offer the Global South a “solidarity package” encompassing vaccine distribution, debt relief, and climate goals. Will negotiators from the Global South be barred from attending…

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A new international consensus on the principles for the post-Covid19 world

3 February 2021

Building a new international consensus At the last Paris Peace Forum, several world leaders launched a global discussion on forging a new consensus for the post-COVID-19 world. In partnership with Project Syndicate and its member newspapers worldwide, the Paris Peace Forum will continue to drive the debate forward. Published on 3 February, 2021 by Le…

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Facts & figures of the 2020 edition

The online third edition of the Paris Peace Forum was held from 11 to 13 November 2020 via a specially developed digital platform, convening leaders and actors from civil society around the world to advance concrete global governance solutions.

  • Featuring 117 hours of live broadcasting.
  • 178 debate sessions and project pitches on the 3-day agenda.
  • More than 50 heads of state and government as well as 29 international organizations took an active part.
  • 100 project teams showcased their concrete solutions to international challenges.
  • 442 high-level speakers participated in interactive debates.
  • 12,000 individuals representing 174 countries participated from NGOs, companies, foundations, philanthropic organizations, development agencies, religious groups, trade unions, think tanks, universities, and civil society at large.

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