Global Governance

Charting a course towards good governance.  

The Academy's Global Governance section focuses on the theory and practice of international institutions and their role in the materialization of good governance, democracy and development. Undergraduate and postgraduate scholars from top universities all around the world share their best academic projects on a plethora of institutional-related thematic concentrations. Among these include, just to mention a few, the United Nations, the European Union, the African Union, regional trading blocs, the IMF and World Bank, the Groups of 7 and 20 and NGOs.


Imad Coulibaly

How international legal regimes for minority protection resemble the civilizational discourse of the 19th century The civilising discourse arose in the 19th century when European cultural and moral superiority was…

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Theorizing global social movements in the 21st century Traditional theories of International Relations (IR) have been unable – and more importantly often reluctant – to theorize transnational social movements. Such…

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