Today marks the beginning of the first edition of the Paris Peace Forum. Here is what you need to know if you don’t want to miss anything from those three days aimed at reviving and improving global governance.
Take a look at the program:
On the first day, Heads of State and Government as well as international organizations leaders will take the floor to share their efforts to improve global governance with many different angles.
On the second and third days, all stakeholders of global governance – Heads of State and Government, international organizations but also NGOs and private companies – will gather to discuss the most burning issues the world is facing nowadays with a strong focus on finding concrete solutions.
Discussions will rely on the heart of the Forum: the 120 global governance projects which have been selected and will be showcased in the Space for Solutions!
Watch the Agora sessions live:
Can’t be in Paris to attend the Forum? You won’t miss any of the biggest moments as the discussions in the Agora will be livestreamed on the Paris Peace Forum Facebook page! Discussing topics ranging from Artificial Intelligence to migrations and inequalities, world class speakers will share their experience and try to make innovative solutions emerge.
After having checked the program, tune in on our page to watch how it unfolds, and don’t forget to share your support across all social networks, using #ParisPeaceForum and #StandForPeace!
What to watch on day 1 from the Agora?
- OPENING PLENARY 11 November – 15:30 – 16:30
- DIALOGUE OF CONTINENTS ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE 11 November – 16:50 – 17:45
- DIALOGUE OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ON GLOBAL GOVERNANCE 11 November – 18:00 – 19:00
What to watch on day 2 and 3 from the Agora?
- Bits, Bytes and Governance Challenges: The Future of Artificial Intelligence
- Fighting Climate Change, the Urban Way
- Inequalities: Globalization Shooting Itself in the Foot?
- Back to the Future: Debt, a Returning Challenge
- Restoring Faith in the UN Security Council
- The Long Road towards a Comprehensive Approach to International Migration
- Sober Celebrations for UN Declarations on Human Rights
- Shrinking Space for Non-Governmental Actors