Renewing the Commitment to Multilateralism: A High-level Dialogue of the Presidents of the General Assembly, ECOSOC, and the Security Council

About the event

October 31, 2018, 4:00 to 5:30 pm, ECOSOC Chamber, UNHQ, New York

After the terrible events of World War II, humanity progressively created—through the United Nations—an unprecedented and inspiring rule-based international order to contain and prevent large-scale suffering and atrocities through cooperation and respect for agreed norms. In recent years, however, this rule-based order has come under pressure, and we have witnessed a fragmentation of approaches in which multilateralism is viewed with increasing skepticism.

This high-level dialogue will underscore the power of multilateralism to address the world’s most urgent challenges, among them, climate change, sustainable development, protracted humanitarian crises, large-scale human rights abuse, and threats to international peace and security. They are complex, global, cross-border issues that countries cannot address on their own.

Bringing together the Presidents of the General Assembly, ECOSOC, and the Security Council, this high-level dialogue will underscore the value of discussing development, peace and security, and human rights in support of collective objectives.

The event is hosted by the Permanent Missions of Bolivia, Ecuador, and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, in association with the Center on International Cooperation.

RSVP

Please RSVP through this link by Monday, October 28, 2018

KINDLY NOTE THAT ENTRY IS LIMITED TO THOSE ALREADY POSSESSING A UN GROUNDS PASS.

Speakers

H.E. Ms. María Fernanda Espinosa Garcés, President of the UN General Assembly

H.E. Ms. Inga Rhonda King, President of the Economic and Social Council

H.E. Mr. Sacha Sergio Llorenty Soliz, Permanent Representative of Bolivia and President of the Security Council, October 2018

Moderated by Ms. Karina Gerlach, Senior Fellow at the Center on International Cooperation

Vertical Tabs

Oct 31, 2018 - 04:00 pm to 05:30 pm
Peace and Security