Full Funded Travel Opportunity to Attend Paris Peace Forum 2020

Full Funded Travel Opportunity to Attend Paris Peace Forum 2020

France 24 Jun 2020
Paris Peace Forum

Paris Peace Forum

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Each year, the Paris Peace Forum launches a Call for Projects to select concrete governance solutions which take on global challenges related to the 6 themes comprising the focus of the annual event: Peace & Security, Development, Environment, New technologies, Inclusive economy, Culture & Education.

2020 Forum:

The Paris Peace Forum showcases concrete solutions to crucial cross-border challenges within the framework of its six themes. These are either normative projects (legal instruments, standards and best practices) or capacity-building projects (model, approach, tools and mechanisms to fill a global governance gap).

This year, the Forum will emphasize projects and initiatives from around the world seeking to respond to the COVID-19 crisis, improve our collective resilience and build a more robust and sustainable world. Particular attention will be paid to projects improving the governance of health, the use and regulation of digital tools and platforms to respond to the crisis and supporting the civil society and economic activity in times of pandemics.

In addition, initiatives addressing other global governance issues will also be highlighted in the Forum, particularly those related to the following objectives:

  • Constructing more solid security architectures.
  • Reconciling development finance with climate efforts.
  • Crafting sustainable capitalism.
  • Protecting the oceans.
  • Improving access to clean water.
  • Making outer space safe and sustainable.
  • Securing cyberspace.
  • Regulating the use of data and AI.
  • Enhancing the governance of education.
  • Ensuring gender equality.


Call for Projects is open to all key actors of global governance: states, international organizations, NGOs, companies, foundations, philanthropic organizations, development agencies, religious groups, trade unions, think tanks, universities, and more.

To be eligible, your project must meet each of the following conditions:

  • Propose an innovative solution to address a transnational challenge, either:
    1. Normative projects: instruments of law, standards, and good practices.
    2. Capacity-building projects: new institutions, mechanisms, and innovations.
  • Offer a cooperative approach.
  • Be presented by an organization and not by an individual person.
  • Be managed by a team of a minimum of two persons.
  • Be related to one of our six major themes.
  • Be at an advanced conception stage or in an early implementation phase.

Selection Criteria:

The relevance and overall quality of your project will be examined considering the following criteria:

  • The political relevance of the challenge tackled.
  • The innovative character of the solution or tool submitted.
  • The diversity and number of the stakeholders involved.
  • The feasibility.
  • The results and scope of the impact.
  • The universality, potential for development, expansion, or replication.
  • The capacity to serve the common interest.

About Paris Peace Forum:

The Paris Peace Forum is an international event on issues of global governance and multilateralism that is held annually in Paris, France. The second edition took place from 11 to 13 November, at the Grande halle de la Villette under the presidency of Pascal Lamy.

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