They are all calling for a new social contract.
As the world starts to emerge from the ravages of COVID-19, how can a new green and social contract start to emerge - one that rebuilds trust between citizens and people in power?
On 10th November we are coming together with networks across the world to launch a global research and action network exploring a new eco-social contract. Join us, and Kumi Naidoo, at the Bonn Symposium to find out more about joining the network.
Partnering with the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), and local authorities, civil society and academia, the network will explore opportunities and conditions for a new eco-social contract in which the conservation of biodiversity and social and environmental issues play a key role.
How are issues of climate, race, and justice linked?
In what ways are citizens already renegotiating the social contract via citizen assemblies, climate courts and participatory decision making?
How do we collaborate to scale these efforts?
Explore some of our recent work on the social contract
Podcast series: Power, People and Planet
Blog: Is the moment for a new social contract here?
- Press release: The COVID-19 recovery offers the chance to build a new global social contract
- GEC at the SDG Festival of Global Action
Is the moment for a new social contract here?
Organisations around the world are calling for the creation of a new social contract. We look at what that means in principle and practice.
Press release: The Covid recovery offers the chance to build a new global social contract
Oliver Greenfield joins global leaders to outline the key steps for building more resilient economic systems from Covid-19