Sustaining Peace and Development in a Divided And Dangerous World
A North-South, East-West meeting featuring world leaders and leading minds to connect with global citizens.
SATURDAY, 5 NOVEMBER 2022 | GMT+7
Foreign Policy Community of Indonesia (FPCI) is pleased to announce a new partnership and collaboration with an international advocacy organization, Global Citizen. With a set of common goals, Global Citizen will co-host the upcoming annual Global Town Hall this year, which will be held on Saturday, 5 November 2022. With FPCI's partnership with Global Citizen this year, the upcoming Global Town Hall aims to reach a wider audience worldwide.
Since 2020, FPCI initiated and has been leading the international consortium of think tanks from various countries to convene the Global Town Hall — a North-South, East-West meeting featuring world leaders and leading minds to connect with global citizens. At the Global Town Hall, citizens from all over the world gather to discuss the most pressing issues in a 15-hour marathon of foreign policy sessions. This year, Global Town Hall will be conducted under the theme of “Sustaining Peace and Development in a Divided and Dangerous World.”
Since its inception, the Global Town Hall has gathered over 12,000 people from over 120 countries. The conference featured speeches from the President of the European Commission, Foreign Ministers of Indonesia, Australia, China, European Union, UAE, France, South Africa, India, and Russia as well as the leaders of various international organizations.
The State of the World in 2022
Bottom-Up Change: Hopes and Suggestions from the Grassroots to G20 Leaders
The World as Democracies vs. Autocracies: It's Not That Simple! An East-West North-South Debate
The New Geopolitics of Rivalries: Can Major Powers Find Common Ground?
A Net-Zero World is Entirely Possible: Evaluating the Diplomatic, Political, Economic, and Technological Resources for the Green Revolution
The Ukraine War and Its Impact on the Rest of Us
World Economy’s Triple Threat: Averting Food, Energy, and Financial Crises
From-Youth-To-Youth: Generation Y and Z's Agenda for a Better World
The Global Governance Deficit: Creating a New Global Social Contract
*Please note the name of the session is subject to change.