Skip to 0 minutes and 7 seconds So hopefully you have by now become expert in the strategy and tactics of global governance. You have sharpened your views on some of the major problems facing our world in the years to come. You have developed your critical thinking on the existing discourses and practises in global governance. You have developed a capacity to provide new solution, and you have become a source of inspiration for leading changes. Of course, your journey into global governance may continue. Join us online for another course, or come to the Graduate Institute in Geneva for a master, a doctoral, or professional degrees to develop your capacity toward international leadership.
Skip to 0 minutes and 52 seconds We draw upon the expertise of the Graduate Institute’s outstanding faculty and extensive academic their work, as well as upon world-renowned practitioners from organisations based in and around Geneva and beyond. We look forward to continuing the journey with you.
This week, we reflected on the optimal governance mechanisms to address the complex international challenges we are facing.
In particular, we asked ourselves the following questions: can we blend different types of instruments, solutions and actors? Does blending work?
At the end of this online course, we come to the conclusion that there is no straightforward answer to the dilemma between permissive or restrictive blending practices, and that global governance offers room for both, as long as skillful actors seize opportunities when they arise.
I thank you for your involvement and exchanges throughout this online course.
Companion online course : Globalisation
I encourage you to check out also our next online course on International Affairs : Globalisation. If you enjoyed learning about Global Governance, you will surely enjoy this next journey with us.
Sincerely, Cédric Dupont
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