Take A Step Forward And Be Part Of The Change | Club de Madrid
Participants: A Carefully Curated List
The Dialogue offers a unique platform for urgently required action-oriented conversations, gathering a carefully curated list of 40 participants, including democratic former Heads of State and Government, thought leaders, policy experts and representatives of governments, multilateral organisations, business and academia with the experience, expertise and access necessary to inform and inspire change. Force for Good was honoured and pleased to be invited to contribute at the event.
According to the United Nations Task
Team for Global Crisis Response, 1.7
billion people worldwide will be severely
affected by at least one of the three
global transmission channels of this
Megacrisis –food, energy prices, and
financial conditions. Given the high levels
of social and economic stress in the wake
of COVID-19 and the increasing impacts of
climate change, just one of these
channels is enough to trigger collapse –
debt defaults, food shortages, or blackouts.
This year’s Club de Madrid Policy Dialogue aimed to facilitate, promote and support a set of recommendations that will prove effective for governments and multilateral organisations to address the Megacrisis of 2022 and effectively respond to these multiple needs in a coordinated manner.
Recommendations: Concluding Document
Club de Madrid seeks to take advantage of its unique position to mobilise a critical mass of support to strengthen the multilateral system. Leveraging the political experience and agency of our Members – more than 115 democratic former Heads of State and Government from over 70 countries – to promote a conversation that generates concrete proposals to help governments and international institutions respond in a coordinated manner to the megacrisis of 2022. Its concluding report gives a high-level view of the dialogue.The concluding document
Force for Good was pleased to attend and contribute to the
thinking of the Club de Madrid.