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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.

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14: Zak Stein – Why All Global Crises Are Crises of Education

Zak Stein drops in to help us make sense of the global educational crisis and possible responses at scale.

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13: Sophie Harman – Global Health and Power in a Visual World

Sophie Harman joins us to discuss global health, making films and seeing politics through the eyes of others.

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12: Daniel Schmachtenberger – Existential Risk and Phase Shifting to a New World System

Daniel Schmachtenberger joins us to discuss existential risk, exponential curves and why a phase shift to a new world system is inevitable.

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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. 

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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.