The Future of the UN, Policy Advice and Think Tanks: Shaping Our Future Together
Visioconférence le 6 octobre 2020 à l’occasion du 75° anniversaire des Nations Unies
A Virtual Gathering of the World’s Leading Think Tanks on the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations
Organisé par le Think Tanks & Civil Societies Program, The Lauder Institute, The University of Pennsylvania
Session III, Panel II: Creating Knowledge and Policy Partnerships for A Secure and Sustainable Future
A group of think tank executives will propose a series of concrete policies, programs, and partnerships with UN and for the global community to launch in the next 12-24 months.
Ambassador Navdeep Suri, India, Director, Centre for New Economic Diplomacy, Observer Research Foundation
Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae, Japan, President, Japan Institute of International Affairs (JIIA)
Dr. Halla Hrun Loggadotir, Iceland Co-Founder and Director, Arctic Initiative, Harvard Kennedy School Co-Curator, Arctic Transformation Map, World Economic Forum Writer, Special Edition on Sustainable Energy Published in Relation to COP21, United Nations Chronicle
Fred Kempe, United States, President and Chief Executive Officer, Atlantic Council
Dr. Robin Niblett, United Kingdom, Director and Chief Executive, Chatham House
Dr. Thierry de Montbrial, France, Executive chairman, French Institute for International Relations (IFRI)
Ambassador Antonio Patriota, Brazil Brazilian Ambassador to Egypt, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs in Brazil Former Permanent Representative for Brazil at the United Nations Closing
Chair: Andrea Ostheimer, United States, Director of the KAS New York Office, Konrad Adenauer Stiftung
Intervention de Thierry de Montbrial : The analysis and studies of Ifri are widely read and much appreciated particularly amongst European decision makers, and the EU institutions. If you compare access and influence on EU level with the one that you have with the UN, how would you like to see a strengthened relationship between Ifri and the UN play out in the future? On which topics do you particular see bilateral interest for cooperation?