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Inaugural Global Town Hall for Global Governance Innovation and Reform

Global Town Hall Project, The Road to 2020, July 21-23, 2018 (Event open to public, Monday, July 23).

This inaugural Global Town Hall in a series leading up to a UN 2020 World Leaders Summit on global governance, renewal, innovation and reform. For three days, subject matter experts will define and discuss multistakeholder governance, climate, sustainable development, global economics, violence and atrocity prevention and the rise of the global citizen.

Event speakers include Ambassador David O’Sullivan, Head of Mission to the United States; Ellen Laipson, Director of the International Security program at the Schar School of Policy and Government at George Mason University; Elizabeth Manak, Co-president, Women’s International Study Center, Former Deputy National Intelligence Officer; Jonathan Granoff, Executive Director, Global Security Institute; Conor Seyle, Director of Research, One Earth Future; Fergus Watt, Executive Director, UN Parliamentary Assembly; Lewis Griffith, Director – International Security Program, University of Denver; and David Ciplet and Maxwell Boykoff, University of Colorado, Department of Environmental Studies

Global Voice, CEUCE, One Earth Future, Workable Word Trust, World Federalist Movement - Institute for Global Policy, We, The World, and the UN Parliamentary Assembly Campaign will convene the Inaugural Global Town Hall, July 21-23, 2018 (event open to public, Monday July 23) at the University of Colorado Boulder.

In recognition of the pressing need for civil society and world leaders to organize a global response to the escalating existential threats to humanity and our planet, the Commission on Global Security, Justice and Governance (co-chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and former Nigerian Foreign Minister and UN Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs Ibrahim Gambari) has recommended the convening of a 2020 World Summit on Global Security, Justice and Governance.

This two-year Road to 2020 will begin by assessing selected UN revitalization recommendations of Climate, Sustainable Development, Global Economic Security, Violence and Atrocity Prevention and the Rise of the Global Citizen. We will hear from and engage leading experts in group sessions to set foundations that define and bring forth workable steps toward meeting perilous world concerns.

Not able to make it to Boulder? Some sessions can be attended virtually. Check the "Agenda" page for more info.

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