2019 selected projects

Discover the projects showcased
at the Paris Peace Forum 2018

The Paris Peace Forum continues to demonstrate that in a deteriorated international environment it is still possible to advance governance solutions, scale-up projects and launch new initiatives in peace & security, development, environment, new technologies, inclusive economy, or culture & education.

For its second edition, the Call for Projects of the Paris Peace Forum has received more than 700 project submissions from 115 countries and led by a wide panel of actors of global governance, such as states, international organizations, NGOs, companies, foundations, philanthropic organizations, development agencies, religious groups, trade unions, think tanks and universities.
The Selection Committee evaluated all submissions and made its choice based on a geographically balanced representation.

Discover the projects that will be showcased at the next edition of the Forum on 11-13 November 2019 at la Grande Halle de La Villlette, in Paris.

Projets are indicated in their countries and geographic areas of implementation.

Selected projects

Themes
Geographic area

2018 Selection Committee

MEMBERS OF THE SELECTION COMMITTEE

 

  • Nathalie DELAPALME, Executive Director, Mo Ibrahim Foundation - President of the Selection Committee

  • Soundouss BOUHIA, Project Officer, Royal Court of Morocco

  • Hala FADEL, President, MIT Enterprise Forum

  • Marc HECKER, Researcher at the Center for Security Studies, Institut français des relations internationales

  • Olivier LAVINAL, Program Director, World Bank

  • Nora MÜLLER, Executive Director of International Affairs, Körber Foundation

  • Stewart PATRICK, Director of the IIGG Program, Council on Foreign Relations

  • Noëlla RICHARD, Youth Team Leader, United Nations Development Programme

  • Vanessa SCHERRER, Vice President for International Affaire, Sciences Po

  • Justin VAÏSSE, Paris Peace Forum, Director General

EVALUATION CRITERIA

 

  • The political relevance of the challenge tackled

  • The innovative character of the solution or tool submitted

  • The diversity and number of the stakeholders involved

  • The stage of development

  • The feasibility

  • The scope of the impact

  • The potential for development, expansions, or replication

  • The capacity to serve the common interest

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