Director: Stewart M. Patrick, Senior Fellow and Director of the International Institutions and Global Governance Program
December 2010 - Present
The United States has a fundamental stake in a more effective UN system--that is, improving the UN's many specialized agencies, departments, and programs. In the Making Multilateralism Work workshop series, the International Institutions and Global Governance (IIGG) program will engage U.S. and UN officials on practical steps to improve the UN system's performance in priority areas, including international peacekeeping, humanitarian assistance, and human rights. Each workshop will culminate in a meeting report and a briefing memo with recommendations for the U.S. government.
This workshop series is made possible by the generous support of the Robina Foundation.
This workshop was cosponsored by the International Institutions and Global Governance program (IIGG) and the Digital and Cyberspace Policy program.
A workshop sponsored by the International Institutions and Global Governance program.
This meeting is not for attribution.
This meeting is on the record.
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October 31 Application Deadline:
International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) for Tenured International Relations Scholars
IAF in Canada
IAF in Japan
IAF in International Economics
December 15 Application Deadline:
Stanton Nuclear Security Fellowship
January 16 Application Deadline:
IAF in Nuclear Security
March 1 Application Deadline:
Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship
For application instructions and more information, visit www.cfr.org/fellowships.