In the Knowledge Base the GES Team, organizers, partners and all contributors over the years have accumulated all GES content there ever was: Challenges, Proposals, Solutions, Background Papers, Fact Sheets, Implementations and additional information. It provides the necessary research, policy and strategy background for the GES and enables for discussions and a vivid flow of ideas within the GES Community. It enables the participants of the GES to deepen their knowledge of the underlying issues before attending the Symposium, so that the exchange of ideas during the Symposium can proceed on a high, well-informed level.
You are interested in a specific Challenge? Underneath each description for a Challenge you find different tabs - your shortcut to the Knowledge Base.
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topical, e.g. Migration, Global Trade or Agriculture
special interest as Stakeholder, e.g. polity, academia or civil society
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Legend for the categories in the GES Knowledge Base:
summarizing specific global problems, each mirroring a single GES panel session
|containing short summaries of strategies to solve global problems, contributed by GES panelists and other international experts||the contributions generated by the GES - useful, innovative ideas, supported through a broad agreement among leading decision makers from diverse walks of life||written by experts from participating institutions providing freely accessible summary of academic discussions and empirical evidence on a specific global problem|
|Open Libraries||Virtual Libraries||Implementations|
|offering a large variety of freely-accessible papers for each Challenge||containing diverse background information to which Panelists and other experts have contributed in the past||describing path-breaking projects which seek to put into practice particular Solutions that have been proposed and discussed within the GES Community|