Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi), Robert Bosch Stiftung and international partners look for 27 applicants to take part in GGF 2030
GGF 2030 will focus on the futures of global order, global migration and refugee crises and the role of cities in global governance
Call for application ends on 19 November 2017
Berlin, 5 October 2017 - The Global Governance Futures – Robert Bosch Foundation Multilateral Dialogues (GGF) launched the latest round of its fellowship program, GGF 2030.
The aim of GGF 2030 is to bring together 27 exceptional young professionals from a variety of professional sectors (academia, civil society, government, NGOs, private sector, etc.), from Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, South Africa and the United States to convene three working groups focusing on the futures of global order, global migration and refugee crises and the role of cities in global governance. Over the course of 2018-2019, the fellows will participate in four dialogue sessions in five different countries to engage in discussions within and across working groups, meet with leading experts, policymakers and business leaders, produce scenarios relevant to the working group topics and formulate better policy options for their respective countries and organizations, to better address key global challenges. The results of these sessions will culminate in a series of GGF products, including presentations, essays, commentaries, podcasts and online interviews.
Applications are currently sought until 19 November 2017 for young professionals from the above mentioned sectors who are US-American, Brazilian, Chinese, French, German, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese, or South African citizens, and who have a strong interest in contributing to addressing global challenges. Fellows must have substantial professional experience of at least three years, a record of impact within their organizations or communities, and a willingness to contribute to all dialogue sessions and produce GGF outputs.
The program was co-designed by the Global Public Policy Institute and the Robert Bosch Stiftung and implemented with international partners, including the Brookings Institution, the Centre for Policy Research, the South African Institute of International Affairs, the Center for Strategic and International Studies, the Tokyo Foundation, Fundaçao Getulio Vargas, Institut francais des relations internationals, Fudan University, Keio University, Ashoka University, Tsinghua University, the Hertie School of Governance and the Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs.