Countdown to the Paris Peace Forum: 100 days to go
The Mo Ibrahim Foundation is a co-founding member of the Paris Peace Forum, along with Körber-Stiftung, the French Foreign Ministry, the Institut français des relations internationales (IFRI), the Institut Montaigne and the Fondation nationale des sciences politiques (SciencesPo).
Initiated by French President Emmanuel Macron, the inaugural Paris Peace Forum will take place in a 100 days time, from 11 to 13 November 2018 in Paris, at la Grande Halle de La Villette.
The Paris Peace Forum strives towards peace through better global governance, seeking to reinforce multilateralism and international cooperation. Centred on five core themes: peace and security, the environment, development, digital and new technologies and the inclusive economy, the Forum is designed to be a recurring annual meeting for projects, ideas and initiatives which effectively contribute to better international cooperation on key global governance issues.
In 100 days, heads of state and government, representatives from major international organisations, academia, stakeholders from civil society and media, will be among the several thousands of participants at the Forum, convening to debate and discuss governance projects and solutions.
150 governance projects will also be selected to attend and present their initiatives to a global audience at the Paris Peace Forum. To benefit from this unique opportunity to advance your project, we encourage you to submit your application online by 30 August 2018.
Further information about the Forum can be found at parispeaceforum.org.