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Call for Papers on topics related to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR)

On 10th December 1948, the General Assembly of the United Nations proclaimed the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR), which became a landmark document for the international human rights movement of the 20th century and remains its legal bedrock today.

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Reviewing South Africa’s 2018 BRICS Presidency: Taking lessons forward

In 2018, South Africa hosted the BRICS chairship and 10th summit under the theme of “BRICS in Africa: Collaboration for Inclusive Growth and Shared Prosperity in the 4th Industrial Revolution”. A number of actors continue to be proactive in the BRICS fora and thus engage through the following tracks of diplomacy... Download the report...

Brazil’s 2019 Chairship of the BRICS: Priorities & Expectations

This BRICS dialogue was jointly put together by the Institute for Global Dialogue (IGD) and the South African BRICS Think Tank (SABTT) which we are always happy to have as a partner in these types of dialogues. There is immense interest in BRICS and the future of BRICS within South Africa and on a global scale. Download report...

A United Nations Security Council Plus: A Role for the NAM

The current landscape of international turmoil in the Middle East and South Asia, as well as in the southern Caribbean or Andean region of South America raises a number of questions about the woeful inadequacy of the global security architecture starting with a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) hobbled by the conflicted US-China-Russia triangle. Read more...

AMERICAN LIMITS TO RETHINKING FOREIGN POLICY

What an understatement! As the former foreign policy Mandarin during the Barack Obama administration explained, the Donald J. Trump era has reopened a number of issues that impact US grand strategy and more broadly, a western-dominated global order. From an American partisan perspective amid unprecedented polarization between Republican and Democratic Parties, the Grand Old Party foreign policy ‘thinking’ has deteriorated... Read more...

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The Institute for Global Dialogue is an independent foreign policy think tank based in Tshwane (Pretoria), South Africa. It advances a balanced, relevant and policy-oriented analysis, debate and documentation of South Africa and Africa’s global politics and diplomacy. It strives to promote a broader understanding of the role of foreign policy and diplomacy in the pursuit of national and international development goals.

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IGD and Africa Solidarity for Sahrawi Event
South Africa in the World 2019
IGD-SABTT Event
Dialogue on Migrations in North and Latin America
Briefing on Fast-changing Horn of Africa Developments
IGD - FES Dialogue
T20 Summit Argentina
South Africa and Jamaica Past, Present and Future
MONA Debate
Does Democracy Create Free and Equitable Societies?
IGD Seminar with FES
MGG Seminar with the German Development Institute
IGD and ICRC Event
The African influence in Latin America and the Caribbean
IGD - HSRC Roundtable
IGD - SABTT Policy Dialogue
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IGD SABTT Symposium
BRICS in Africa
Blue Economy Symposium
17-19 November 2014
Humanizing the Textile and Apparel Seminar
G77 +China Symposium
Bali Outcome Seminar
US Diplomacy Dialogue
30 January 2013
Post-Election Zimbabwe Seminar
IGD Multilateral Development Cooperation Workshop
South African Foreign Policy Review Volume 1
Book Launch 15 Feb
South South Cooperation Roundtable
8 February 2013
Nuclear Diplomacy Roundtable Discussion
IGD Environmental Diplomacy Short Course
Graduate Discussion Forum
Post-Apartheid South Africa 2011
Code of Business Conduct Roundtable by IGD in Cape Town
SA's Second Tenure on the UNSC and the Emerging Powers Dimension
IGD Roundtable
Options for the creation of SADPA
US Diplomacy Dialogue 2014
US-SA Relations Seminar

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