Global Governance Institute


A Podcast about Global Governance Challenges, Opportunity and Renewal

Do our global governance systems have the capacity to effectively address the challenges we face as a civilization? What are the viable pathways towards a fairer, more sustainable and viable future? This podcast aims to present a space where these questions, and many more, can be addressed in a spirit of dialogue and exploration.
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Imperfect Utopia or Bust? Global Governance Futures

This podcast provides a space for dialogue and reflection, with a view to fostering well-informed principles and pragmatic visions for a better tomorrow.

Foggy woods

17: Bayo Akomolafe – Bending Questions Into Rites of Passage

Bayo Akomolafe joins the podcast for a thought-provoking, 'question-bending' conversation on how we deal with crisis and confusion. 

Abstract globe

16: Vinay Gupta – A Radical Manifesto for Fixing the World

Vinay Gupta joins the podcast to discuss pathways towards a radical restructuring of society.

Forest fire in Australia

15: Robyn Eckersley – Green Political Theory, the State and the Climate Emergency

Robyn Eckersley joins us to discuss green political theory and the future of the state and democracy in a context of climate emergency.


Episode List

Find a collection of recent episodes of Global Governance Futures and stay tuned for upcoming audio and video content, as well as interview transcripts. 

UCL Campus

Meet the Team

Global Governance Futures is hosted and produced by GGI Deputy Director Tom Pegram and a team of students from UCL's MSc Global Governance and Ethics programme.