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GloCAN Event on DOCKING: How can global citizens’ assemblies make an impact on global governance?

© GloCAN

Much has been said about the importance, potential, and urgency of bringing citizen voices directly to the global governance stage. But how exactly can this happen? What role should global citizens’ assemblies play in the crowded scene of international organisations and transnational activism? This session explores ideas, recipes, and strategies to create pathways to impact from global citizen deliberation to institutions of global governance, and the challenges that come associated with them.

Learn more:

- Strengthening Citizen Participation in Global Governance

- Navigating Power Dynamics in Global Climate Governance

- Designing Global Citizens’ Assemblies for Impact


Aish Machani, Iswe Foundation

United Nations Advocacy Co-lead at Iswe Foundation and former United Nations Foundation Next Generation Fellow

Camille Dobler, Missions Publiques

Head of Research at Missions Publiques

Antoine Vergne, Missions Publiques

Co-Director at Missions Publiques


Nicole Curato, University of Canberra | GloCAN

Professor of Political Sociology at the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra and GloCAN’s founder and Co-Lead


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