Expert Workshops

International sef: Expert Workshop 2018

Goodbye to elitism: Anchoring global governance in societies
25-26 September 2018
Gerhard-Mercator-Haus, Duisburg

International sef: Expert Workshop 2017

Human Rights and the Global Economy
Interdependence in the context of unequal power relations
7-8 September 2017
Gustav Stresemann Institute, Bonn

International sef: Expert Workshop 2016

International Solidarity: Yesterday’s ideal or emerging key norm?
1-2 September 2016
House of the EKD, Berlin

International sef: Expert Workshop 2015

Achieving International Peace and Security:
Towards a New Normative Consensus
8-9 December 2015
House of the EKD Berlin

International sef: Expert Workshop 2014

New Alliances for Global Public Goods?
What emerging powers expect of Germany and the EU
09-10 September 2014 in Berlin

SEF Expert Workshop 2013

Shifting Parameters.
The Post-2015 Process and the Future of International Cooperation for Development
12-13 September 2013, Berlin

SEF Expert Workshop 2012

Beyond Multilateral Conference Diplomacy:
Alternative Solutions to Global Problems
21-22 September 2012, Berlin

SEF-Expert Workshop 2011

“Institutional Grey Zones” in Global Governance
Long-term trends – current options for action
23-24 September 2011
Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)

SEF-Expert Workshop 2010

Between Club Governance and “Grey Zones” Governance
New Challenges to Global Governance
3-4 September 2010
Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB)
NEWS

Anchoring global governance in societies

UPCOMING EVENT

The opponents of global cooperation touch a nerve when they talk about global governance as an elitist project. The embedding of global governance at a societal level remains relatively weak. In our International sef: Expert Workshop 2018, we therefore aim to identify new strategies which could contribute to the progressive anchoring of global governance in society.

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The Global Refugee Crisis: Towards a just response

NEW ISSUE PUBLISHED

With their effort to keep refugees and migrants out of their territories, Western nations abdicate their historical and political responsibility, according to the analysis of the renowned Indian migration researcher B.S. Chimni in GLOBAL TRENDS. ANALYSIS 03|2018. Chimni therefore calls for a just response from the international community to the global refugee crisis. Such a response could only consist of a multidimensional strategy that had to be worked out in a genuine dialogue between all stakeholders.

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sef: Policy Lunch 2018

The EU in Global Food Governance

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Enough food is produced worldwide to feed humanity, yet more than 815 million people in the world are undernourished. What is the global vision for food and nutrition governance? What initiatives and reforms are being implemented? What role can the EU play?

sef: and CIDSE – International Alliance of Catholic Development Agencies discussed these questions during a Policy Lunch in Brussels. Read the report now!

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Strengthening Local Peacebuilding. Establishing the Basis for Sustaining Peace

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On 30 May 2018, international experts discussed in Berlin in what way local peacebuilding can contribute to the prevention of conflicts and to a sustainable peace. Examples from Burundi, Ghana, the Philippines and South Africa were provided to demonstrate chances and challenges of local peacebuilding. Read our short summary now.

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