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Global Governance: The Intersection of Human Security and Justice

The Hague Institute for Global Justice and The Stimson Center are co-hosting a breakfast Expert Consultation on “Global Governance: The Intersection of Human Security and Justice” on 9 December 2014 from 08:00am – 10am at the Ausan Gate Meeting Room, Hilton Lima Miraflores in Peru, in connection with the work of the Commission on Global Security, Justice, and Governance.

The Commission is composed of a select group of eminent statespersons and public intellectuals and co-chaired by former U.S. Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright and former Foreign Minister of Nigeria Professor Ibrahim A. Gambari. A chief goal of the Commission is to issue, in June 2015, a focused set of global policy and institutional reform recommendations in advance of the September 2015 United Nations’ 70th Anniversary Summit in New York and the December 2015 Paris Climate Change Conference.

In addition to seeking expert views from Lima Climate Change Conference participants, the consultation will present research findings from four background papers on climate governance and technological responses. For your reference, we have attached the consultation program (which will include breakfast). The expert consultation will be chaired by Commissioner Mrs. Erna Witoelar (Founder of the Indonesian Environmental Forum and Former UN Special Ambassador for the MDGs).

In addition to the onsite Consultation, The Hague Institute and the Stimson  will be facilitating a the second E-consultation for the ‘Climate & People’ research track of the Commission on Global Security, Justice and Governance from January 12th to February 13th 2015.  The online consultation serves as a forum for climate governance experts to respond to and provide inputs for thought-provoking ideas for climate governance reform which will be presented to the Commission for consideration.

Climate governance experts are invited  to register for both consultations. Additional information can be requested from Ms. Manuella Appiah (m.appiah@thehagueinstitute.org).


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