Projects selected for a one-year support in 2019
The Pew Charitable Trusts,
Antarctic and Southern Ocean Coalition
The project is led by a diverse group of high-level influencers from the world of sports, politics, business, media and science, to build support for protecting more than seven million square kilometers of Antarctic waters by 2020.
Youth Cooperation Hub
AFRICA AND EUROPE
The AU-EU Youth Cooperation Hub is a platform that aims at testing innovative solutions to common challenges to Europe and Africa through a new approach to youth inclusion.
Climate Resilient Zero-Budget Natural Farming
of Andhra Pradesh
The project enables farmers to improve soil fertility, reduce costs and risks drastically, reduce irrigation requirement, and increase yields on a large scale while preserving the quality of the production.
The purpose of the Charter is to design a public policy response to steer technological development back towards serving the wellbeing of democratic society.
Entreprises et partage
de la valeur
The project proposes the establishment of a European indicator measuring the sharing of the value produced by a company, based on a series of objective quantitative and qualitative criteria, such as the remuneration policy, the distribution of capital or the place accorded to training and learning.
The project is a leadership network of female and male decision makers from civil society, international organizations and member states committed to achieve gender equality in their activities.
It’s a New Dawn
The project is a community-led social healing program which addresses symptoms of trauma, guides through discussions about violent extremism, forgiveness and reconciliation and deconstructs entrenched cycles of violence at the family level while making clear links to the community and societal level.
Leveraging Visual and Statistical Argument to Combat Torture
MEXICO AND EUROPE
The project aims to end the use of torture as an investigative tool and to motivate new eﬀective torture prevention measures.
The project works with a global community of partners to set global standards for evaluating and benchmarking the world’s most powerful internet, mobile and telecommunications companies on their commitments and policies affecting users’expression and privacy.
The World Benchmarking Alliance
The project develops benchmark that will rank assessing the companies' impact on the implementation of performance of the SDGs.
Scaling up projects
The Paris Peace Forum is an incubator that advances the most promising governance projects.
It scales up global governance projects to demonstrate that it is still possible to improve the collective response to global challenges in a deteriorated international environment.
10 projects are selected among 121 showcased at the annual event to benefit from a one-year support.
These projects present the highest potential of development while tackling crucial global governance issues at the same time.
These projects are selected by a jury composed of members of both the Scale-up Committee and the Selection Committee applying the following criteria: Quality of the project; importance and relevance of the project to current global governance issues; feasibility of the project or its potential for progress; level of actual support as well as diversity of origin and of organization.
All year round, these projects benefit from customized support for their advocacy, communication or organizational development activities. The results will be assessed during the next edition.
This support is implemented by a Scale-up Committee composed of 10 experienced and influential personalities in their field of activity.
at Institut Montaigne
at the Directorate-General for International Cooperation and Development
at the European Commission (DEVCO)
at the Organization for Economics Co-operation and Development (OECD)
at the World Bank Group
Hélène N’GARNIM GANGA
at the Agence française de développement (AFD)
at the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
of the NGO SheSays
at BNP Paribas
on External Policies
at the European Parliament
at the Institute of Contemporary Development (INSOR)