The lack of concrete results of recent multilateral actions raises questions about the effectiveness of advocacy and public initiatives.
At the same time, an effective action at the international level is crucial to address the rising interconnected challenges our times are witnessing. Can advocacy be a solution to foster action by governments and international actors? What are the limits?
During this conference, you will understand how advocacy can help advance a cause at the international level, and you will think critically about its limits.
Join us to tackle those points and analyse the role of advocacy in two recent examples: COP 25 and the draft European Union bill on multinational companies' tax transparency.
Director, Executive Programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs
Lead advisor for advocacy skills in the Executive Certificate on Advocacy in International Affairs
Executive Programmes on Advocacy in International Affairs, Executive Education, The Graduate Institute, Geneva
Senior Programme Officer
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