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RETHINK
POLITICS

Recent times have witnessed an overwhelming majority of sub-national actors claiming their stakes at global platforms through ‘paradiplomacy’. Built around the priorities and competencies of the stakeholders involved, paradiplomacy has developed as an inevitable policy move to grow regional economies based on issue-driven and pragmatic partnerships.

This workshop seeks to identify trends and best practices in the paradiplomatic endeavours of public and private sub-national actors and to develop an actionable roadmap for leveraging the potential of paradiplomacy to foster economic and technological growth, human capital development, and environmental stewardship on a global scale.

KEY QUESTIONS

What are the motivations and strategies for collaborative endeavours between sub-national actors?

How can sub-national actors strengthen international public-private partnerships and attract investment?

What are the implications of paradiplomacy in trade, innovation, skill development, and sustainability?

How do sub-national actors institutionalize and sustain paradiplomatic initiatives?

Convener:

Vivek Anand
Deputy Director, Govt. of India | Fellows, Academy of International Affairs NRW

Contact:

Lisa Hartmann
Events and Public Relations Officer

Location:
Rheinallee 24, 53173 Bonn

Participation:

Non-public

Please feel free to join us online for selected sessions:

18.01.24 |14.00h |Session 2. Sub-National Actors in International Affairs

19.01.24 | 09.15h |Session 4. Case Studies in Paradiplomacy

19.01.24 |11.00h | Session 5. Local Contexts in an Evolving Global Economic Order

Please use the following link: https://pl21081312095.webex.com/pl21081312095-de/j.php?MTID=mfb54f1f0959a68e5138634dc4de5487d

Event language:
English