Managing Global Governance
The Managing Global Governance (MGG) network brings together governmental institutions, think tanks and research institutions as well as civil society and business organizations from Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Mexico and South Africa as well as Germany / Europe. It provides an innovative platform for learning and networking with partnerships working at eye-level.
The MGG programme is implemented by the German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE) in Bonn and funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). Its core elements are the dialogue- und training programme MGG Academy, the MGG knowledge cooperation within the context of research projects as well as the policy dialogue in the form of focused consultations on strategic political processes from a German perspective and in the partner countries of the global South.
The activities aim at the joint development and implementation of contributions to address global challenges. MGG strengthens the institutional competencies of the partner organisations and creates innovative knowledge to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Thereby, all MGG partners should be empowered to participate in international policy processes and achieve joint impact.
Sustainability Standards and Global Governance. Experiences of Emerging Economies
Negi, Archna / Jorge Antonio Pérez-Pineda / Johannes Blankenbach (2020)
Singapore (Open Access)
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MGG Flyer (englisch)
MGG Academy Flyer (englisch)
MGG Knowledge Cooperation on Sustainability Standards (englisch)
MGG Knowledge Cooperation - Capacity-building for the public sector (englisch)
10-Jahres Broschüre (englisch)