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28.09.2020

Global Reset: Future Voices

This series will explore how coalitions of activists, academics, business and civil society organisations can encourage change and build effective coalitions to do so.

In July, we launched our #GlobalReset Dialogue, where we invited global leaders to share their vision of what must happen next when it comes to global leadership, the climate crisis, economic resilience and human rights and peace. 

We welcomed suggestions from Nobel Laureates, current and former heads of state, CEOs, eminent academics and civil society leaders, but now we want to hear from industries, organisations and actors who wouldn’t usually meet or collaborate to create solutions to the most pressing global challenges. Community organisers and activists long relegated to the sidelines are gaining momentum and political power, and we want to use our 60th anniversary to engage a range of future voices in our work. 

This youth-led dialogue will re-imagine the way forward when it comes to tackling some of the biggest global challenges. The role young leaders have played in bringing people together to advocate for change in recent years, whether in tackling the climate crisis or systemic racism, is remarkable. This series will explore how coalitions of activists, academics, business and civil society organisations can encourage change and build effective coalitions to do so.

Over the next month, our #FutureVoices will contribute their recommendations in response to the following questions:

  • Who will step up to lead and shape the future of global cooperation?
  • What has to happen next on climate change?
  • How can we collaborate to emerge as a stronger and more equitable global economy?
  • What actions are needed to ensure that we don’t lose ground on the progress made on human rights over the past decades?

We will add new video responses every other day, so please check back regularly for updates. 

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