Road to 2023: Our Common Agenda and the Pact for the Future
- International Institutions
- International Law
To do a better job of preventing armed conflict and helping its victims, avoiding runaway climate change, averting cross-border economic shocks, and harnessing the ideas, networks, and capabilities of governments, civil society, and the private sector, the world needs a new kind of leadership and vision, combined with new norms, tools, and institutions. Building directly upon recent Stimson Center research, including Beyond UN75: A Roadmap for Inclusive, Networked, and Effective Global Governance (2021) and UN 2.0: Ten Innovations for Global Governance (2020), this proposed panel will showcase the finding and recommendations from the new (June 2023) report “Road to 2023: Our Common Agenda & Beyond.” Specifically, it will offer twenty innovative global ideas to inform preparations for the September 2023 Summit of the Future during UNGA High-Level Week in New York, including by elaborating upon ten of the most innovative proposals introduced in Secretary-General António Guterres’ new Our Common Agenda report. In doing so, the report seeks to contribute to the renewal and reinvigoration of our global governance system to better meet twenty-first-century threats, challenges, and opportunities. It will further present a bold, yet practical roadmap in the lead-up to the 2023 Summit, designed to mobilize a wide range of actors and constituencies and to produce results at the intersection of global security and justice.
"From UN75 to the 2023 Summit of the Future: How did we get here?"
- Nudhara YusufStimson Center (United Kingdom)In-person
"Conceptual Innovations on the Road to 2023"
- Joris LarikLeiden University (Netherlands)In-person
"Expanding and Safeguarding Connectivity through a Global Digital Compact"
- Muznah SiddiquiStimson Center (Pakistan)In-person
"Road to 2023: A Strategy for Reform"
- Richard PonzioStimson Center (United States)In-person
- Danilo TürkClub de Madrid and High-Level Advisory Board on Effective Multilateralism (Slovenia)In-person
- Cristina StefanUniversity of Leeds (United Kingdom)In-person