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German-French Young Professionals Network Working on Multilateralism

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German-French Young Professionals Network Working on Multilateralism

France and Germany are willing to act as key players in order to promote multilateralism. The “Alliance for Multilateralism”, founded in September 2019 on a French-German initiative, will be a driving force.

Against this backdrop, the Study Committee on Franco-German Relations – Cerfa at the French Institute of International Relations – Ifri and the Konrad Adenauer Stiftung Paris have launched the Program on Multilateralism. The main objective is to raise awareness on multilateralism (definition of multilateralism; inventory of existing multilateral initiatives, platforms, institutions; challenge of multilateral approaches) and to contribute to a better understanding of the challenges relating to the upholding of a rules-based world order in France, in Germany and at the European level, and of the future issues at stake at the global level (climate, access to resources, Outer space…).

This Program targets young professionals working in parliaments, ministries, economic federations, the private sector, as well as in German, French and European think tanks and institutions more broadly.

This program provides training based on briefings and training sessions with selected experts and practitioners covering a broad range of issues related to multilateralism, such as International Trade, Health, Human Rights and Migration Issues, Non-proliferation and Disarmament.

- Meeting in Geneva (November 3rd-November 5th)

- Meeting in Vienna (March 30th-April 1st)

Our next study trip is going to take place in New York in June

Éric-André MARTIN

Secretary General of the Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa)

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Marie KRPATA

Research Fellow, Study Committee on Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) 

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