This is the final report of the Independent Commission on Multilateralism (ICM), an ambitious two-year project conducted by IPI. It identifies how the UN-based multilateral system can be made more “fit for purpose” for twenty-first century challenges.
In a highly consultative process, the ICM has involved more than 340 diplomats, UN officials, and civil society actors in retreats and meetings, and tens of thousands of people in person and online via public consultations.
The ICM’s final report suggests ten general principles to guide a revitalized multilateral system. It also makes concrete recommendations about how to address the specific challenges of our time across fifteen issue areas. This report will be followed by the release of fifteen issue-specific policy papers focused on each of these areas.
To access the ICM Final Report – “Pulling Together: The Multilateral System and Its Future” kindly follow the link.