In a globalized world, the international cooperation will play an increasing role in dealing with key challenges such as: trade & economic development, peace & security, climate change & environment, research & technological cooperation, humanitarian aid, migration & refugees, telecommunications & standardization, health & food, terrorism & illicit trafficking, etc. Any change in international policies impacts billions of people across the world.
86% of the world population live in developing countries. Their active participation in policy making and policy implementation is vital. However, their participation is strongly limited by their lack of financial resources.
The International Cooperation House will:
- Welcome and inform delegates
- Provide budget accommodation for up to 200 delegates at a time.
- Facilitate networking with other delegates.
- Enable remote participation for the delegates who are not able to attend conferences physically.
It will have a permanent and global impact in easing their participation. It will also:
- Support the work of the UN and other international organisations to solve global challenges.
- Facilitate networking, knowledge sharing and capacity building among delegates.
- Empower developing countries to be better involved and to take more responsibilities in global policies affecting their development.
- Contribute to improving the quality of policy making and the public trust in international cooperation.
- Promote a world based on dialogue, cooperation and the rules of law, rather than conflicts and uncertainty.