SC/TNI Public Workshop – Multistakeholderism & UN 2.0, 7 September 2023
Multistakeholderism and UN 2.0: Challenges and Alternatives for Developing Countries
7 September 2023 | 10:00 – 11:30 EDT
Co-organized By the South Centre and the Transnational Institute
Co-sponsored by Corporate Accountability and ESCR NET, Peoples´ Working Group on Multistakeholderism
This Public Workshop will discuss the findings of a new report commissioned jointly by South Centre and The Transnational Institute (TNI) and elaborated by Prof. Harris Gleckman on the idea of the increasing role of ‘multistakeholderism’ in making key policy and programmatic decisions in the context of the United Nations and other fora. The workshop will also serve as an opportunity to discuss the recommendations on how to deal with multistakeholderism and its risks for global governance and the participation of developing countries.
This event is designed as an open forum to foster dialogue and share views among representatives of the Group of 77 and China, particularly those based in Geneva and New York, and civil society organizations.
The public forum will be held in a hybrid format.
In-person participants will be welcomed at the Church Centre of the United Nations in New York. For more information, please contact Mr. Daniel Uribe, Lead Programme Officer, South Centre (email@example.com).
Online participants are welcome to join using the Zoom platform. Please register in the following link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_x19YIOiuQZeLA9Ir_B-XKg
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