In a resounding display of commitment to global cooperation, the InterAgency Institute played a pivotal role in the recently concluded Paris Peace Forum 2023. Ana Duarte and Sabrina Medeiros, esteemed representatives of the institute, engaged in diverse fora, addressing pressing digital challenges and the strategic importance of critical minerals.
The Paris Peace Forum, held annually in November, serves as a beacon for fostering collective action and addressing the complex global challenges that loom over our interconnected world. In the midst of escalating tensions between the United States and China, the institute emphasized the need to find common ground for the governance of global commons and public goods, particularly in areas such as climate change, outer space, and critical minerals.
At the heart of the Institute’s mission is the facilitation of dialogue, the creation of action-oriented coalitions, and the definition of norms to address urgent challenges. As the world grapples with the urgency of climate change, the exploration of outer space, and the strategic importance of critical minerals, the institute’s representatives actively participated in shaping discussions that aim to deliver efficient responses to the crucial challenges of our time.