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 internet depends on key institutions and frameworks to manage its technological, political, economic and social dimensions. With the aim to strengthen the internet governance system, this report addresses the current difficulties associated with those institutions and frameworks by exploring two scenarios for internet governance in the year 2025.
To better protect people from atrocity crimes, policymakers must work towards more diverse and transparent information sources, deploy civilian tools early, fairly and strategically, improve UN peacekeeping, be more inclusive in decision-making on military action, and constantly learn and adapt.
by Julia Steets, Antonio Galli, James Darcy, Kai Koddenbrock
World Food Programme Office of Evaluation
by Wade Hoxtell, Maximilian Norz, Kristina Teicke
by Isabel Skierka, Robert Morgus, Mirko Hohmann, Tim Maurer
GPPi & New America
by Thorsten Benner
Global Public Policy Institute
by Katrin Kinzelbach, Dingding Chen