The architecture and content of today’s global governance are showing interesting dynamics. The conference will analyse these developments, and try to assess whether they constitute the beginning of structural trends that will consolidate during the coming decades. We would like to point at four particular sets of interlinked developments in high-level international policy-making.
The GW Centre for the Study of Globalization announces The Challenge of Globalization conference (open to the public) to be held at the George Washington University in Washington DC, on Friday November 4, 2005
Pathways to Reconciliation and Global Human Rights brought together practitioners and thinkers from around the world to reflect upon, evaluate and advance the global human-rights agenda.
The Globalization Program at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU), has the pleasure of inviting you to participate in this international conference on globalization. We invite researchers and doctoral fellows to present papers on finished and ongoing work about globalization and its manifestations.