Global Governance Centre

The Graduate Institute’s centre for innovative research on global governance includes, among others, the SDG Portal, a window to the Graduate Institute's SDG activities.

The Global Governance Centre is dedicated to better understanding the ideas, institutions, and actors that underpin global governance. Combining expertise from across the Graduate Institute’s academic disciplines, the Centre is a forum for scholars to interact with practitioners from the policy world and the interested public to analyse global governance arrangements across a variety of issue domains.

The Centre’s current research  is clustered around the following themes:

  • Global politics of knowledge

  • International organisations and global policy making

  • International sanctions and their effectiveness

  • Politics of international law

The Centre’s other activities include:

  • Events: bi-weekly colloquium series, seminars for practitioners, workshops, and public lectures

  • Publications: academic and policy orientated works from different disciplinary perspectives

  • Visiting Programme: welcoming scholars from other leading universities

  • “The Global” blog: an online platform sharing ideas about the past, present, and future of global governance

  • SDG portal: the window to the Graduate Institute's SDG activities

Stephanie Hofmann on "To Save and To Defend- Global Normative Ambiguity and Regional Order"
Grégoire Mallard on "Bombs, Banks and Sanctions: A Sociology of the Transnational Legal Field of Nuclear Nonproliferation"

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Maison de la Paix
Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2A
Petal 2, 7th floor
Case Postale 1672
CH-1211 Genève 1

Email: globalgovernance@graduateinstitute.ch

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The Maison de la Paix is located at Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2A, on the corner of Avenue de France. You may take tram 15 until stop Maison de la paix, or alternatively a few minutes’ walk from Place des Nations

 

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