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Network of Global Agenda Councils Reports 2011-2012

Network of Global
Agenda Councils Reports

2011 – 2012

The Network of Global Agenda Councils has been closely monitoring the most important issues on the global, regional and industry agendas. Each council, consisting of the world’s foremost thought leaders has developed a brief report outlining the key findings from their deliberations over the last 12 months.

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Network of Global Agenda Councils Reports 2011 - 2012

In today’s volatile, complex and interdependent world, the Network of Global Agenda Councils, the world’s foremost intellectual network, exists to find new pathways to address global challenges and make the most of new opportunities presented to us.

The Annual Report of the Global Agenda Councils 2011-12 demonstrates how, more than ever, Global Agenda Councils are helping reshape our future. With 78 separate Councils covering issues as diverse as ocean health and sustainable consumption to youth unemployment and the international monetary system, powerful ideas are having a measurable impact on the lives of people and the sustainability of the planet.

What are the Global Agenda Councils?

What are the Global Agenda Councils? This film explains how the world’s foremost network of thought leaders impact global decision making.