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Panel Discussion

Global Governance: Finding solutions to revive and improve multilateralism

As we commemorate the end of World War I, international cooperation is slowing down. States are competing hard for advantage and populism is undermining global governance. In such uncertain times, the first Paris Peace Forum (11-13 November) inspired by the COP21 model is set to become the annual rendezvous for ideas and initiatives on global governance that help minimize international tensions.

The Panel Discussion will be an opportunity to detail the Forum’s operational conclusions. As a Guest-of-Honor, Professor Tommy Koh will share his views and experience to stand up for a rules-based order and a multilateral system. Ambassador Marc Abensour will present the Forum’s main conclusions and elaborate on its key deliverables. Dr Yeo Lay Hwee will discuss further EU-ASEAN cooperation to tackle pressing and emerging challenges. Mr Assaad Razzouk whose company’s project was showcased at the Forum will share his thoughts on climate change governance.

Seminar Room 4-2
Level 4. Block B, Faculty of Law
NUS Bukit Timah Campus
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776
Thu 22 November 2018
12:15 PM - 01:30 PM

H.E. Marc Abensour

H.E. Marc Abensour

Ambassador of France to Singapore

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Prof. Tommy Koh

Prof. Tommy Koh

Ambassador-at-Large, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

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Dr. Yeo Lay Hwee

Dr. Yeo Lay Hwee

Director of the European Union Centre in Singapore

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Mr. Assaad W. Razzouk

Mr. Assaad W. Razzouk

Group Chief Executive of Sindicatum Sustainable Resources

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Assoc Prof. Francesco Mancini

Assoc Prof. Francesco Mancini

Associate Dean and Co-Director (Executive Education) and Visiting Associate Professor

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