Commission on Global Governance
1992, following a meeting of world leaders, the Stockholm Initiative on Global Security and Governance, 22 Apr 1991, Stockholm. Commission's final report, 'Our Global Neighbourhood', launched 26 Jan 1995, Davos (Switzerland), at World Economic Forum. Previously also referred to as: International Independent Commission: Global Cooperation and Governance; New Independent Commission. Background to the work of the Commission were reports of: Independent Commission on International Development Issues or Brandt Commission; Palme Commission on Disarmament and Security Issues; South Commission; World Commission on Environment and Development (WCED) or Bruntland Commission. Ceased to exist, 31 Dec 2002.
Explore new approaches to the management of global relations; propose ways to build a more effective system of global security and cooperation in the post cold war environment; suggest how global institutional arrangements should be reformed or strengthened to better address current needs; mobilize political will for multilateral action.Available with paid subscription only.
Since the launch of the Commission's report in Jan 1995, the Commission has been active presenting, discussing and encouraging support for the overall thrust of the Commission's proposals. Commission members participated in international conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops around the world. The Commission organized national launches of the report in Brazil, Czech Republic, India, Kenya, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, UK, USA.
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