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EPISODE SIX

Toward World Parliament with Andreas Bummel

April 26, 2021

46 MINS

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The 75th anniversary of the UN Charter in 2020 unleashed broad- ranging debates about the future of an organization that rose from the chaos and destruction brought about by World War II and was meant to establish a basis for peace, security and prosperity, for a world weary of violence and bloodshed. Despite some achievements, the UN is struggling to find relevance in the 21st century, amidst a plethora of impeding global crises, some of them posing existential threats to our future.

Andreas Bummel

In this episode Andreas Bummel, the co-founder of Democracy Without Borders, sits down with our host Augusto Lopez-Claros to discuss the formation of a collective identity, the world federalist movement, UN democratic legitimacy and the role that a World Parliamentary Assembly could play in revitalizing a process of long-needed reforms and more.

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EPISODE TWENTY-SEVEN

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42 MINS

Lisa Palmer on Our Hot and Hungry Planet

Climate change will interact in toxic ways with food security and precipitate more frequent episodes of civil unrest and political instability. How can we strengthen the resilience of our food systems to an acceleration of climate change?

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EPISODE TWENTY-SEVEN

January 6, 2023

42 MINS

Lisa Palmer on Our Hot and Hungry Planet

Climate change will interact in toxic ways with food security and precipitate more frequent episodes of civil unrest and political instability. How can we strengthen the resilience of our food systems to an acceleration of climate change?

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