This is a civil-society led initiative and its impact and effectiveness will depend on YOU, the global civil society, to help shape the initiatives. 

Catch our fourth and final Coordination Ecosystem Townhall planning meeting below

Registration is now open for the Global Futures Forum! Confirm your in person or virtual participation and join the global initiative.

For those joining the GFF in person, please plan to stay on and participate Wednesday, 22 March for “UN Missions Engagement Day.” We are working to facilitate teams of 3-4 advocates to visit several dozen UN Missions to promote key  proposals from our GFF Outcome Document. If you are free to participate, please let Toussaint Céspedes (email: [email protected]) know of your interest and  availability on 22 March, as well any personal contacts at a UN Mission that you feel should be visited. 

Our collective goal will be to persuade as many UN Ambassadors as possible and their colleagues of the value of ensuring diverse perspectives from civil society to the SOTF preparations, including by helping like-minded countries to raise the ambition for the Pact for the Future and its related negotiations tracks.

The Coordination Ecosystem is an international network of partner organizations supporting the Global Futures Forum (GFF). Joining the ecosystem would involve attending one monthly planning meeting, supporting the programming of the event, and helping with outreach, recruitment, and fundraising for participants to partake in the GFF, especially from the Global South and marginalized groups.

Learn more about the GFF Framework for the People’s Pact and get involved with the e-consultation. 

Join this global online discussion across seven thematic tracks on what we the people’s hope to see in a GFF Framework for a People’s Pact.

Calling youth to contribute your writing to the Youth Futures Series here

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