DossierShaping the Future of Multilateralism
Inclusive Pathways to a Just and Crisis-Resilient Global Order
At a time when the United States is beginning to re-engage constructively, with the European Union and other partners in international institutions and processes, there is a new opportunity to address structural inequities, to counter the spread of authoritarianism and to explore new visions of fiscal solidarity, ecologic sustainability and protecting human rights.
This publication series explores pathways to a just, sustainable and democratic international order that takes into account the needs and priorities of countries with emerging and developing economies and the most vulnerable people and communities. Our authors, with background and experience in those countries, offer civil society perspectives on the importance of providing adequate climate finance, on the conditions for fair trade with goods as well as digital services, and on a vision for a global economic and financial system that promotes and protects diversity, human rights and gender equality. A project by the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung European Union and Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung Washington, DC offices.