lundi, décembre 07, 2020
🇫🇷ALL BEST: ParisPeaceForum2020 !
11-13 NOVEMBRE 2020.
117 hours of live 178 sessions and project pitches 12,000 participants on our digital platform 151 countries represented 50+ heads of state and government 12 international organizations 100 projects
Welcome to the Third edition of the Paris Peace Forum! This introductory moment will be the opportunity for the Forum community and friends to meet again and welcome all new participants online. This very particular edition will indeed allow participants to live an exclusive experience on the event's interactive platform.
Official Ceremony of the #ParisPeaceForum2020 part.1
The contribution of Heads of State, government and international organizations, to the official ceremony of the Paris Peace Forum The Coronavirus pandemic has called into question the practices and principles that had guided globalization so far, thereby accelerating conversations on our model's inadequacies, particularly its adverse consequences in terms of inequality, environment, and health. As is the case with every crisis, this pandemic also offers the opportunity for a new beginning. The Paris Peace Forum wishes to facilitate the emergence of a new international consensus on the principles that should govern the post-Covid-19 world.
In November 1990, the heads of state who signed the Paris Charter declared that "the era of confrontation and division in Europe is over". Thirty years later, what is our interpretation of the historic hopes and expectations borne by the Charter's negotiators, and of the events that led us to the divisions that once again threaten our continent’s security? What can the "Helsinki spirit" teach us in our search for prospects for the future?
As the Covid-19 pandemic continues, mayors around the world are leading important efforts to protect their cities, and to build them back, stronger, healthier, greener, and more equitable than before. With the support of organizations such as the C40 Cities Climate Leadership Group and the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy (Global Covenant), cities are laying out roadmaps for a strong and sustainable recovery. These roadmaps champion investments in policies and programs that will bolster the economy, protect our planet, and reduce inequities, and call on national governments and central banks for support. With mayors leading the way, there is hope that the pandemic and climate change can be tackled at the same time.
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