Network global democracy

By: Germà Pelayo

What communication does the world need? (Part I)

By: François Soulard

Ten Reflections and a Comment

By: Roberto Savio, Michele Nobile

Framework and Perspectives for a Citizen Internet

By: François Soulard

Kurdish Setback Following the referendum of September 2017

By: François Soulard

The Influence of the Culture and Ideas of the Iroquois Confederacy on European Economic Thought

By: Sergia C. Coffey

In the Corridors of Post-Truth

By: François Soulard

Will President Donald Trump’s Climate Policies Affect Local Initiatives?

By: Katlynn Vredenburgh


Germà Pelayo
Network global democracy is a proposed model for a political system that seeks to respond to the need to radically redesign global power by
Citizens’ Empowerment for Global Justice (DEEEP)
Who are we?
Paul Raskin
How can we change the world?
François Soulard
In the first half of the twentieth century, Aldous Huxley wrote in Brave New World of his fear that the truth would be drowned in
Germà Pelayo
We are Syrians, Russians, Iraqis, Kurds, French, Malians, Tunisians, Palestinians, Nigerians, Yemenites, Libyans, Lebanese, Turks, Afghans,

Proposal Papers

Dictionary of World Governance
A new map of world issues and dynamics. Available in Spanish and French.
The World Governance Index
The World Governance Index (WGI) is an indicator developed in 2008 by the Forum for a new World Governance (FnWG). It aims to provide, year on year, a precise image of the situation of world governance and of its evolution.