Other Voices

While we have particular views on many issues on the Global Agenda, and have commissioned and will continue to promote research into questions affecting these, we are also conscious of the valuable work being done by many other institutions and researchers, some of whom have decades of experience in grappling with aspects of these challenging topics.

In this section of the site – Other Voices – by far the largest of all, we offer a wide cross-section of views and insights.

Posted on Apr 17, 2021 | in category: Improving global governance | by European Think Tanks Group, Chloe Teevan, Luca Barana, Daniele Fattibene et al

As multilateral organisations, the European Union and the African Union are invested in the multilateral system and have stated their commitment to effective...  Read More

Posted on Apr 17, 2021 | in category: Addressing vulnerability and promoting security | by Peterson Institute for International Economics, Monica de Bolle, Maurice Obstfeld, Adam Posen

The COVID-19 pandemic may persist for years with the threats of zoonotic or human-made pathogens increasing in the absence of international cooperation to correct...  Read More

Posted on Apr 11, 2021 | in category: Improving global governance | by Clingendael Institute, Ties Dams, Monika Sie Dhian Ho

The European way of life is a potentially powerful but underused narrative, through which European leaders can forcefully explain the existential value of human...  Read More

Posted on Apr 17, 2021 | in category: Sharing core norms and values | by Quilette, Samantha Jones

Many young people are now more attracted to social justice-based decolonization demands than to the intellectual advancements of the Enlightenment era. In this...  Read More

Posted on Apr 17, 2021 | in category: Reducing poverty and improving equity | by  Overseas Development Institute, Marcus Manuel, Clare Manuel

In low-income countries, financing and scaling up access to people-centred justice are pressing. Access to justice is both as an end in itself and an enabler for...  Read More

Posted on Apr 11, 2021 | in category: Sharing core norms and values | by  E-International Relations, Ariel Hernandez

The architectures of global cooperation and national policymaking are both dependent on how power derived from access to scientific and expert knowledge is...  Read More