Global
Perspectives
2021

25 October – 4 November

Hybrid

Highlight:

Transforming civil society futures

In 2022, we are once more offering Global Perspectives to professionals from international and national civil society organisations (CSOs) and those interested in the sector from governments and intergovernmental organisations to business, philanthropy and academia.

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Global Perspectives 2022

There is collective pressure to do more in the sector to bring about change, so this year’s open, accessible and free online event will challenge civil society organisations and their partners in how fast, fundamental, and futures-focused they are actually transforming.

Throughout the day, we will feature panel discussions that will look at the future of civic space and accountability, explore innovative ways through which the sector can become truly locally-led, and openly debate how we will be able to keep the promise of the SDGs.

Global Perspectives

Explore this year's Open House sessions

To offer channels for participants’ energy to tackle today’s and tomorrow’s challenges collectively, we invite you to join our Open House drop-in sessions where anyone interested can learn more about our programmes, engage and become part of our community.

 

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Online Experience

Our online programme agenda allowed participants to take part in discussions, polls, small group-chats, and, of course, to enjoy those important networking opportunities.

Sponsors & Partners

Supported by:

Robert Bosch Stiftung

The Robert Bosch Stiftung GmbH is one of Europe's largest foundations associated with a private company. It works in the areas of health, education, and global issues. With its charitable activities, it contributes to the development of viable solutions to social challenges. For this purpose, the Foundation implements its own projects, enters into alliances with partners, and supports third-party initiatives.

Sightsavers

Sightsavers works in more than 30 countries to prevent avoidable blindness and fight for the rights of people with disabilities. Their vision is of a world where no one is blind from avoidable causes, and where people with disabilities can participate equally in society.