Global Governance Initiative
The current global order confronts several challenges simultaneously, including managing the global shift of power, securing the provision of global goods, and doing so in a legitimate and accountable manner for the citizens most affected.
To strengthen global governance, UNDP China and China Center for International Economic Exchanges (CCIEE) started the Global Governance Initiative since 2012. As of September 2017, three high level policy forums (2012, 2014, 2016) were organized, and three flagships (2013, 2015, 2017) to summarize and elaborate the main ideas discussed at the forum have been published.
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2016 Global Governance Forum 'Belt and Road, New Path to Regional Development'
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2016 High Level Policy Forum on Global Governance "Belt and Road- New Path to Regional Development". Topics include; Identifying Development Dividends along the Belt and Road Initiative: Complementarities and Synergies between the BRI and the SDGs; Building a shared vision for the BRI and the SDGs and Promoting the sustainable development of transport and economic corridors under the Belt and Road Initiative.more
In October 2014, a number of Chinese and International experts gathered together in Beijing to discuss global economic governance and financing for development issues within the Post-2015 Agenda framework. This report has been drafted in light of those discussions and is based on some of the main proposals raised by participants.more
Developed specifically for the Second High-level Policy Forum on Governance on 22 October 2014, this collection of scoping papers provides a sound starting point for discussion on three core aspects of global economic governance:more
Entitled “Reconfiguring Global Governance – Effectiveness, Inclusiveness, and China’s Global Role”, this report captures the essence of the first High Level Policy for Forum on Global Governance which saw UNDP convene over 100 academics and policy practitioners from five different continents in Beijing to discuss the present state of international governance in December 2012.more