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Chatham House Conference

A Rules-Based International Order: Preservation and Modernization

Two members of our community, Athanasia Ioannou and Jose Iban Galvez, former participants of the Migration Lab, had the opportunity to attend the Chatham House Conference and engage in the various panels.

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New Impact Story

Jamie Bourque is a Film Producer and Director living in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. In his work, he aims to render visible the traumatic past of Canada's Indigenous peoples.

As Jamie knows, films evoke emotions, and the stories he shares about his people are uncomfortable for some audiences. “A film is a powerful tool that can help change perspectives,” he says.

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GLAC at the EDDs 2019

The European Development Days (EDDs), Europe’s leading forum on development, took place on 18-19 June in Brussels. The GLAC was happy to participate with a stand at the Global Village promoting dialogue and global networks! 2019s EDDs focus on “Inequalities: Building a world which leaves no one behind.”

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Impact Story

Abdul Baqi Popal is the Deputy Minister of Municipalities and in charge of 165 municipalities across Afghanistan. He is introducing new methods to strengthen democracy on various administrative levels. Abdul participated in the Urban Innovation and Leadership Lab.

Listen to Abdul Baqi Popal’s experiences in our Urban Innovation and Leadership Lab.

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Video – Lab Insights

How can we use our spheres of influence as well as different perspectives on Human Trafficking to develop diverse, innovative and multi-sectoral solutions to effectively address the phenomenon?

That was the core question of our Lab "Unveil the Hidden Presence: Trafficking in Women and Children", which took place in London and Nairobi in 2018.

 

 

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Lab News in 2019

“Quality education is the foundation to creating sustainable development.” Therefore, we are currently working on a new lab based on SDG 4 "Quality Education" to promote a successful implementation of the Agenda 2030. We are looking forward to this upcoming dialogue process.

Be prepared and stay tuned for more!

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The Global Leadership Academy

The immense challenges we face as a global community require a fundamental shift in our thinking.

The Global Leadership Academy creates spaces in which decision-makers from the fields of policy-making, business, research and civil society come together to look at global challenges from a completely different angle.

Who we are

Leadership and Innovation Labs

Based on its years of experience, the Global Leadership Academy has developed an effective approach to enable change on a personal, organisational and systemic level – Leadership and Innovation Labs.

A Leadership and Innovation Lab is a space of dialogical knowledge sharing, connection and innovation dedicated to a particular societal challenge.

In a unique way, this approach addresses the intertwined relationship between leadership development of key change agents and the initiation of systemic change in organizations, networks and our societies.

What we do


Impressions from our labs

"We value the strategic insight and focus on leadership that the Global Leadership Academy brings. We are pleased to be partnering with you in the space of leadership and coalition building for development."

 

Dr. Ajay Tejasvi, Collaborative Leadership for Development, The World Bank

Our impact

The Global Leadership Academy enables change on a personal, organisational and systemic level.

Our members transfer insights and innovations into their home contexts in manifold ways: Through change projects, new cooperations, innovative leadership and much more.