PEKEA is an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations granted in July 2006 PEKEA is running as an open network , gathering academics from various disciplines, people committed in concrete actions and also local governments that are sharing the objective defined below. Its participants seek to contribute to, or simply support reflections on this objective, especially during conferences. They are individual members of PEKEA, members of associations or local authorities partnered with PEKEA and sharing the same objective and the same argument.
The China-Europa Forum is a society-to-society dialog process of a new kind to take up our common challenges. It is a great opportunity to strengthen the dialog between European and Chinese societies and within each society. Representatives of all sectors and of all socioprofessional backgrounds take up subjects of concern to them and discuss the issues that are common to our contemporary societies. Participants’ individual experiences are the starting point of continuous debates on the Internet, as well as at biennial meetings organised alternately in China and in Europe.
The École de Paris organises seminars where researchers and those operating in the field are able to discuss particular features of management and where the unexpected and the unusual are welcome. Various types of organisations are studied, ranging from large to small companies, cooperatives, administrations, associations, and so on
Economists for Peace and Security works to inform social scientists, citizens, journalists and policy-makers worldwide about the full costs of war and conflict, and to propose feasible alternative approaches to building international security.
The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for Human Progress (formerly Fondation pour le Progrès de l’Homme, hence the acronym FPH) is an independent foundation under Swiss law. Its statutory purpose is very broad: to finance, through donations or loans, research and initiatives that contribute in a significant and innovative way to the progress of humankind through science and social development.
Throughout its 125 years of history, HEC School of Management has continually attracted a special kind of individual highly capable and talented, innovative, entrepreneurial, ambitious and open minded. HEC ‘s aim is to train the world leaders of tomorrow. Located in the heart of the thriving, diverse Paris business community, the school has earned international acclaim for its superior programs, groundbreaking research, and outstanding student body.
in October 1998 Fred Lee established the Association for Heterodox Economics (AHE); and to publicize the conference and other activities of the AHE as well as heterodox activities around the world, he also developed from 1999 to the present an informal ‘newsletter’ that eventually became (in September 2004) the Heterodox Economics Newsletter, now received by over 3200 economists worldwide (see heterodoxnews )
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At the interface between research and decision-making, IDDRI is an association loi de 1901 that examines sustainable development issues that require international coordination, such as climate change or the depletion of natural resources. Its research focuses on global governance, North-South relations and international negotiations. IDDRI has three objectives: informing policy decisions; identifying emerging issues; and creating a platform for dialogue between stakeholders whose interests are often at odds - research organizations, public and private economic actors, unions and NGOs
The International Institute for Environment and Development is a global leader in sustainable development. As an independent international research organisation, IIEd is specialist in linking local to global. In Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Central and South America, the Middle East and the Pacific, IIED works with some of the world’s most vulnerable people to ensure they have a say in the policy arenas that most closely affect them — from village councils to international conventions.
The Levy Economics Institute of Bard College, founded in 1986 through the generous support of Bard College trustee Leon Levy, is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, public policy research organization. The Levy Institute is independent of any political or other affiliation, and encourages diversity of opinion in the examination of economic policy issues while striving to transform ideological arguments into informed debate. The ultimate purpose of all of the Levy Institute’s research and activities is to serve the wider policymaking community in the United States and the rest of the world by enabling scholars and leaders in business, labor, and government to work together on problems of common interest.
Nef is an independent think-and-do tank that inspires and demonstrates real economic well-being. Nef aims to improve quality of life by promoting innovative solutions that challenge mainstream thinking on economic, environment and social issues. It works in partnership and puts people and the planet first. Nef was founded in 1986 by the leaders of The Other Economic Summit (TOES) which forced issues such as international debt onto the agenda of the G7 and G8 summits.
Advancing the transition to a sustainable, equitable, and humane global civilization is the core mission of Tellus Institute. Formed in 1976 as a not-for-profit research and policy organization, Tellus is an international leader in assessing critical environment and development issues. The Institute has conducted thousands of projects throughout North America and the world.