The Future of Global Cooperation: Ethics and Governance
Friday 22 January 2021 (16:00 CET)
‘Reflections on the Future of Global Cooperation’
During a long and distinguished career Angela Kane held several high-level positions at the United Nations. She has served as UN High Representative for Disarmament Affairs between 2012 and 2015, where she investigated the alleged use of chemical weapons during the Syrian civil war. Furthermore, Ms Kane served as the Under-Secretary General for Management and Assistant Secretary General for Political Affairs.
Currently, Ms Kane holds multiple academic positions. She is the Vice President at the International Institute for Peace in Vienna, Visiting Professor and Member of the Strategic Committee at the Paris School of International Affairs at the Sciences-Po and a Senior Fellow at the Vienna Center for Disarmament and Non-Proliferation.
The keynote address is part of the virtual conference 'The Future of Global Cooperation: Ethics and Governance' hosted by the Chair of Political Philosophy, University of Zurich.
The address can be watched live via YouTube.