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In this presentation hosted by the Wilmette Institute, Sovaida Ma’ani Ewing explores the current health crisis is highlighting the degree to which we are interdependent and connected. While many of our greatest threats are collective, we lack the necessary global institutions to make authoritative and binding decisions and to enforce them. In this presentation, Sovaida explores the kinds of institutions that can ensure humanity’s collective well-being.
Sovaida Ma’ani Ewing is an international lawyer, author and the founding director of The Center for Peace and Global Governance (CPGG), a virtual think tank and online forum that pools and proposes principled solutions to pressing global problems through publications, podcasts, lectures, workshops and targeted consulting. Her latest book is Building a World Federation: The Key to Resolving Our Global Crises. For further information about her work please visit her blog: collectivesecurity.blogspot.com.
If you’re curious to know more about the Wilmette Institute, which hosted this presentation, please visit their website: wilmetteinstitute.org
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