Topic : Rule of Law


    Corruption is a first world problem, too

    After years of debate and effort, the fight against corruption is beginning to overcome its perception… more

  • Brooms placed by members of Rio de Paz non-governmental organization are seen at the national congress as a form of protest in Brasilia Global Agenda Councils Article

    Latin America’s challenges for 2015

    Corruption has long been regarded as a significant problem for Latin America – perhaps the most… more

  • Villagers hold empty plates as they stand in front of the office of a BDO during a protest in Galsi village Forum Article

    5 ways to beat global corruption

    The various crises currently dominating international headlines – Ukraine, ISIS, Ebola – don’t… more

  • corruption and globalization Global Agenda Councils Article

    Has globalization made corruption worse?

    Leaders today, regardless of whether they work in the public or private sector, face no shortage of… more

  • People pass the Bank of England in the City of London Forum Article

    How do power dynamics affect development?

    Power dynamics set the tone at almost every level of human interaction. They influence your decision to speak… more

  • Soldiers of the Eurocorps hold the European flag during a ceremony in front of the European Parliament in Strasbourg Forum Article

    Should Europe play a greater role in the world?

    The chaotic consequences of the gradual disintegration of Pax Americana are becoming increasingly… more

  • Woman walks past graffiti on a wall in Erbeen, in the eastern Ghouta suburb of Damascus Global Agenda Councils Article

    Why we need a better understanding of Syria

    How did we fail Jim Foley? We failed him by forgetting about his case, by letting Syria’s story fade… more

  • Forum Article

    How sanctions can cause financial crisis

    With the crisis in Ukraine intensifying, the United States and the European Union are locked in a… more

  • Forum Article

    Why Africa needs more humanitarian action

    Africa is changing dramatically – and so are outsiders’ attitudes toward it, with the US finally… more

  • Global Shapers Article

    Can equality be taught in schools?

    Inequality and discrimination are universal concerns. We are constantly witnessing violations of individual… more

  • Forum Article

    Girls are speaking up: we must listen

    Demonstrations around the world were held last week to mark the 100th day of captivity for more than 200… more

  • Forum Article

    Scotland and Catalonia: a right to secede?

    The European Union has brought 28 countries into a closer political and economic union. Paradoxically, it… more

  • Forum Article

    Why our high seas need the rule of law

    It’s a place where the rule of law is almost entirely absent, with virtually no governance or… more

  • Young Global Leaders Article

    Can the internet really change how the world is run?

    If we want to create a peaceful, law-governed world, then it is obvious that we require an appropriate body… more

  • Technology Pioneers Article

    Why the EU court got the decision right

    In a decision that surprised much of the world, the European Court of Justice ruled earlier this month… more

  • Global Agenda Councils Event

    Supporting the rule of law in Latin America

    World Economic Forum on Latin America 2014

    , Panama City, Panama

  • Global Agenda Councils Article

    How technology is disrupting the courtroom

    Technology is challenging the old ways of doing things, while governments are… more

  • Forum Event

    What we can learn from India’s war on corruption?

    Annual Meeting 2014

    , Davos-Klosters, Switzerland