Inter-Generational Dialogues

The Inter-Generational Dialogues (IGDs) is a pioneering platform where we want young future leaders to dialogue with current leaders on their aspirations for what a better world should look like and offer inputs on how to shape it.  

We want young people to steer the conversation and be guided by our 4 principles: 1) cooperation, tolerance and shared values; 2) the building of inclusive economies; 3) protection of our shared environment, and 4) the sharing of knowledge for human progress and the Action Plan for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The IGDs brings together individuals from various disciplines, backgrounds and age groups representing academia, government, business, students and youth leadership, and civil society organisations to share their insights and thoughts on issues pertaining to peace and development. The IGDs discuss topical global issues towards addressing the challenges we face as a global community. 

IGD launches in Ghana

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo of Ghana and Mrs Graça Machel, Chair of the ACCORD Board of Trustees and Global Peace, jointly launched the first Global Peace Inter-Generational Dialogue in Accra on Monday, 6 May 2019. More than 500 delegates were drawn from different sectors of the country including, university and school students, traditional leaders, civil society organisations, government ministries and the diplomatic corp.

Want to organise an IGD?

Hosting 100 Dialogues in 100 Cities across the world requires a monumental collective effort.  Global Peace is reaching out to local interlocutors to organize and implement the IGDs. If you're interested in hosting or supporting our partners to host a dialogue in your city, then...

IGDs around the world

Keep up to date with latest Inter-Generational Dialogues from around the world. if you wish to host a dialogue please get in touch with us.

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