The Global Governance Futures program (GGF) brings together 25 young professionals from China, Germany, India, Japan and the United States to look ahead 10 years from now and recommend ways to address key global challenges. The GGF 2027 fellows will focus on data governance, global health or transnational terrorism.
European refugee policy is failing. Top courts have found several EU countries responsible for exposing asylum seekers to inhumane and degrading conditions. Increasing deaths in the Mediterranean call into question achievements in law. EU countries should not only uphold their international responsibilities, but also exercise agency beyond their immediate neighborhoods.
The Human Rights up Front initiative has made important strides towards fostering a more activist organizational culture in the UN system. For member states to provide more effective support, they need to understand the initiative’s design, implementation gaps and bureaucratic challenges.
by African Civil Society Circle
GPPi & Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung
by Clara Weinhardt, Fabian Bohnenberger
Development and Cooperation (D+C)
by Julia Donnelly
Global Public Policy Institute
by Tim Maurer, Isabel Skierka
Council on Foreign Relations