The “Global Governance 2022: Designing the Future of International Institutions” (GG2022) program brings together 24 young leaders, eight from Germany, China and the United States respectively, for three 5-day dialogue sessions in Berlin, Beijing and Washington, DC., between August 2012 and May 2013.
The program offers GG2022 fellows an opportunity to develop scenarios for the future of international institutions in the areas of global cyber security governance, global development governance and global energy governance. GG2022 fellows will be trained in the scenario planning method and trend analysis by an external expert. GG2022 fellows will disseminate their results through op-eds, policy papers, high-profile presentations and the GG2022 website.
The Global Governance 2022 program is jointly implemented by the Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi), the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University, Tsinghua University, the Hertie School of Governance, the Brookings Institution and Fudan University.
GG2022 is supported by the Robert Bosch Stiftung and the Transatlantic Program of the German Government (ERP Grant administered by the German Ministry for Economics and Technology).
Application deadline is the 19 February 2012. You can download the call for applications at
For further information on the program please consult the program webpage at www.gg2022.net
All enquiries on the program should be directed to gg2022(at)gppi.net