Artificial Intelligence and the Rule of Law

AI is helping justice systems worldwide by reducing backlogs and improving judicial efficiency, access to justice, and the quality of judicial ​decision-making. As the technology becomes more sophisticated and available, AI in the judiciary will continue to grow. However, AI is not a panacea and carries risks. For the Global South to benefit from AI … Continued

Life Changing Work for Women Refugees

The topic of refugees exploded when the photo of 2-year-old Aylan Kurdy’s dead body on the Turkish shores went viral. Six years later, the number of individuals forced to flee continues to rise, worsening the worldwide issue of displacement. Refugees often spend months or years waiting for papers or the ability to cross borders and … Continued

Préserver et transmettre le patrimoine menacé

How do we effectively preserve the traces and evidence of our past when it is being destroyed? As the Past is the repository of humankind’s diversity of experiences, it is also the source of inspiration and solutions for a peaceful future. So, when confronted to its destruction, how do we preserve the information it conceals? … Continued


2022-23 Scale-up project   Overview  Jouhouzia is a program aiming at ensuring heritage protection. The program engages with stakeholders in the public and private sectors aiming at setting the ground for an operational multidisciplinary team to act in times of emergencies. The Lebanese partners in the project are: the army, fire brigade, red cross, ministries … Continued

African Women’s Leadership Institute

Women are systematically marginalized and excluded from leadership and political and decision-making processes. Only 24% of the 12,113 parliamentarians in Africa are women and only 5% of the CEOs in the corporate world are women. The African Women Leadership Institute (AWLI) offers Feminist and Transformational Leadership training to African women, gender expansive persons and other … Continued

Fact-checking in languages

Factchecking in languages (Chequeos en lenguas) is the first independent initiative focused on fighting the infodemic on SARS-CoV-2 and Covid-19 in order to provide reliable information for the indigenous peoples of the Andes and the Amazon. The initiative has developed and alliance of independent media outlets in 8 regions inhabited by different original populations and … Continued

Dispositif Devoirs à la Maison lié au COVID-19

During the first national lockdown, the French government decided to close schools, all while ensuring educational continuity for all children online. The French Minister of Education asked the President of La Poste Group to help teachers maintain the connection with the 12% of students without a home internet connection, offering these students a free means … Continued

Capacity for inclusive growth amidst Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has widened poverty, inequality, and gender gaps. This free IMF online course on Inclusive Growth discusses measures to help close such inclusion gaps, highlighting lessons learned from policies deployed throughout the world. Offered to both government officials and the general public, the course discusses labor markets, governance, and climate change with the … Continued

Informed Society Initiative

GSMC’s Informed Society Initiative is designed to: 1. Help educate youth to become informed information consumers, able to separate fact from fiction and determine the credibility of news sources; 2. Give journalists the skills to avoid repeating mis/disinformation to the adult public. Through a far-reaching “media literacy” effort in primary and secondary schools and at … Continued

Youth on track

Jóvenes con Rumbo (JcR) is a secondary and tertiary prevention for youth who are excluded from the formal labor market, who have not concluded their education cycles and are at risk of engaging in violence and crime, or in conflict with the law. JcR has an integral and intensive working model that includes life and … Continued