Global Governance and Regulation: London

Published on 4 October 2022

The London Dialogue involved up to 23 participants in discussions about the role of global governance and regulation in the protection and promotion of human wellbeing in the twenty-first century. It ranged across a broad spectrum of governance and regulation issues. The discussion proceeded on the understanding that global governance and regulation is important for all our efforts to live well as individuals but that they are more significant still because they are vital to our efforts to live well together in an increasingly globalised world. The discussion started by recognising that the ecosystem of global governance and regulation was becoming ever more complex, involving a diverse range of new players, new organisations and new values. It was felt that developing a
better understanding of the structure and dynamics of this new ecosystem would be an important first step in developing more effective governance and regulation.

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McGregor, A. Watson, N (2011) 'Global Governance and Regulation: London' Bellagio Initiative, IDS: Brighton

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