Perspectives on the Future of International Cooperation in Times of Multiple Crises

Addressing vulnerability and promoting security
Posted May 25, 2023 | Global Policy Forum

Seventy-five years after the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, a key challenge is to create mechanisms to ensure that human rights – including the rights of future generations and the emerging rights of nature – are no longer subordinated to the vested interests of powerful economic elites in multilateral decision-making, suggest Edgardo Bilsky, Aldo Caliari, Nandini Chami et al in their Global Policy Forum report. They identify deficiencies and weaknesses of current multilateral structures and approaches, cover peace and common security, reforms of the global financial architecture, the transformation of education systems, and call for a New Social Contract that assures the rights of future generations.



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