Who we are

The Global Governance Institute (GGI) is an independent, non-profit think tank based in Brussels. GGI brings together senior policy-makers, scholars and practitioners from the world's leading institutions in order to devise, strengthen and improve forward-looking approaches to global governance.

 

Our core research areas are:

 

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote comprehensive research, cutting-edge analysis and innovative advice on core policy issues, informed by a truly global perspective. This also includes raising awareness about major challenges of global governance among the general public.

 

Our Vision

Our vision is a more equitable, peaceful and sustainable global order based on effective but accountable international organizations, the global rule of law and the empowerment of the individual across borders and cultures. GGI places particular emphasis on the improvement of the United Nations system and its mutual reinforcement with strong regional organizations.

 

Our Work

GGI has conducted research and policy-oriented advice for a variety of national and international bodies. At the heart of our approach lies independence and impartiality and a deliberate mix of conceptual and policy-oriented perspectives, promoting 'pragmatic idealism' in global problem-solving. Please find below some of our recent projects. 

 

 

Project Title: INFOCORE - (IN)Forming Conflict Prevention, Response and Resolution:

                    The Role of Media in Conflict

Duration: 2014 - 2017

Lead Sections: GGI Peace & Security and Global Justice Sections

Funder: EU Commission 7th Frame-work Programme

Partners: Ludwigs-Maximilian Universitaet (LMU), King's College London, ELIAMEP, ULB

 

 

 

 

Project Title: Command and Control in Peacekeeping: A Comparative Analysis

                    of United Nations, NATO and EU Approaches

Duration: 2012 - 2013

Lead Sections: GGI Peace & Security

Funder: French Ministry of Defence

 

 

 

Project Title: Land Property Rights Interventions for Increasing Productivity in

                    Developing Countries: A Systematic Review

 

 

Duration: 2011 - 2013

Lead Section: GGI Environment and Sustainable Development

Funder: UK Department for International Development (DFID)

 

 

 Project Title: Promoting Deeper European Union-Gulf Cooperation Council Relations

                        in Global Governance

 

 

Duration: 2012 - 2013

Lead Sections: GGI Peace & Security and Global Economy Sections

Funder: European Commission

Partners: FRIDE, Gulf Research Centre (GRC), Institute for European Studies (IES), University of Qatar

 

 

 

 Project Title: Operationalising the Responsibility to Protect: Towards a Truly

                        Global Approach

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Duration: 2012

Lead Sections: GGI Peace & Security and Global Justice Sections

Funder: Cooperative Funding by participating institutions

Partners: Global Action to Prevent War, Madariaga Foundation, International Coalition for the R2P

 

                                                                  

 


 

 

For further information and enquiries, contact us at info [at] globalgovernance.eu

 

The Global Governance Institute (GGI) v.z.w./a.s.b.l. is a non-profit association registered under Belgian law.
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