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Global Governance Futures (GGF) Fellowship – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues

  • 2017/11/19

[Deadline]

The Global Governance Futures - Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues program (GGF) is bringing together exceptional young professionals from different professional sectors - academia, civil society, government, NGOs, private sector, etc. - to look ahead to the year 2030 and think of ways to better address key global challenges. Building on previous rounds of the program, the next round - GGF 2030 - will assemble 27 fellows from Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Africa, and the United States (three from each country) to form three working groups that focus on the futures of global order, of global migration and refugee crises, and the role of cities in global governance.

Over the course of 2018 and 2019, the fellows will meet in four dialogue sessions. They will engage in challenging discussions within and across their working groups. They will meet with leading experts, policymakers, and business leaders in each host country, receive training in the GGF foresight methodology, produce scenarios for their working group topics, and engage in thinking what can be done to address key global challenges. The GGF fellows will engage in communication within and across different countries and professional sectors with the aim to come up with better policy options for their respective countries and organizations. The GGF fellows will disseminate the results of their working group sessions through a series of GGF products, including presentations, essays, commentaries, podcasts, and online interviews.

The four dialogue sessions (five to eight days each) will take place in Washington, DC (May 13 - 17, 2018), New Delhi (September 9 - 13, 2018), São Paulo (January 2019) and Paris-Berlin (May/June 2019). The exact dates will be determined closer to the sessions.

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