“New Paradigm of Sustainable Human Development: G-Global – a New Form of Global Dialogue” November 5-7, 2014
The Almaty conference will build on the conclusions of recent conferences and on-going initiatives, including the Baku conference in April 2014, the trans-disciplinary discussion at Dubrovnik in September 2014 and work in progress on new economic theory. The conclusions of this conference will constitute the basis for the Baku conference in April 2015 focusing on conditions, strategies and steps for the transition to a new paradigm.
Having confirmed the need, opportunity and benefits that can be derived from collaborative work on these pressing global challenges, the next step is to bring together participating organizations for substantive in-depth discussions to establish the basis for a comprehensive, integrated approach to global issues.
The Almaty conference seeks to bring together representatives of the New Paradigm group with other policy and research institutions and universities, including ILO, UNESCO, UNDP, New Millennium Project, Inter-Academy Panel, ICSU, OECD, TWAS, ALLEA and several European and national academies for a more in-depth examination and discussion of each of these 10 focal points of work.