Paris Peace Forum 2021 Call for Projects. This year, the Forum will showcase 80 projects tackling the issues at the core of the fourth edition, and invites applications from projects working exclusively on one of the following themes
- Fighting against the Covid-19 crisis
- Better governing the global commons
- Better governing the digital world
- Fighting fake news and threats to the press
- Protecting the civic space in times of Covid-19
- Achieving equality among men and women
- Strengthening South-South cooperation
- Reforming capitalism through the impact economy
By taking part in the Paris Peace Forum, project leaders will have the unique opportunity to showcase their innovative solution and push their project forward:
- Increasing its visibility, benefiting from the number of visitors as well as the international media coverage of the event
- Presenting it to diverse audiences, through a pitch presentation, as part of a debate, or by scheduling meetings with other participants at your stand
- Connecting with potential partners: senior representatives from participating governments, international organizations, NGOs, companies, philanthropists, experts, journalists, etc.
- Sharing expertise and knowledge with other project leaders and participants from all over the world.
Who can enter?
Paris Peace Forum Call for Projects is open to all governance actors: states, international bodies, local governments, non-governmental organizations, companies, foundations, development agencies, religious groups, associations, think tanks, universities, etc.
To be eligible, your project must meet each of the following conditions:
- Either normative (instruments of law, standards and good practices) or capacity-building (new mechanisms, institutions and solutions).
- Supported by an organization and not just by an individual.
- Managed by a team who can send a minimum of 2 persons can fully participate in the 3 days of the event from 11 to 13 November.
- Bring a concrete solution to tackle a transnational challenge.
- Be related to at least one of the themes of the fourth edition.
- Offer a cooperative approach.
- Having reached a certain level of advancement.
- Involve concrete, tangible, and distinct action.
- Applying without a view to requesting funding from the Paris Peace Forum.
- Have an international dimension.