Paris, 9 November 2022 (TDI): Paris Peace Forum (PPF22) starts from 11 November 2022 till 12 November 2022, at Palais Brongniart in Paris. The theme of this year’s event is โ€œRiding out the multicrisisโ€.

The Paris Peace Forum will be held in Paris with the participation of Catherine Colonna, the Minister for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and Emmanuel Macron, the President of the French Republic.

Experts and speakers worldwide will participate in this fifth edition’s discussion of the theme “Riding out the Multicrisis.”

Companies are faced with either light-handed or overbearing government guidance in the geopolitical setting. The PPF22 panel will discuss how to operate in such a delicate diplomatic context.

The pace of steps taken to address the climate crisis is slowing due to the expansion of global issues. The PPF22 panel will indeed talk about whether COP27 can alter this course. A fifth edition focused on the biggest problems of the present.

 

The COVID-19 pandemic has already affected the fight against global warming, efforts to meet Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), enhance health systems, economic cooperation, and the cooperative administration of global public assets.

Since Russia invaded Ukraine, the effects of this war have spread over much of the world, causing a humanitarian crisis, increased inflation, and oil prices, rising food insecurity, and significant economic and political upheaval.

The Paris Peace Forum will see the debut of several projects. InHerit will present Corridors Peace, a program that helps Bedouin people preserve their culture, enhance their quality of life, and create cross-cultural pathways for peace.

The Paris Peace Forum’s mission is to bring together all global governance actors – heads of state and government, international organizations, local governments, NGOs, foundations, businesses, the media, trade unions, religious groups, and citizens.

So that they can have a dialogue every year under one roof. The forum was founded on the idea that global cooperation is essential to resolving conflicts and ensuring lasting peace.

Since 2018, the Forum has emphasized governance efforts and programs that call for specialized responses to global concerns. These ideas stand out for their power to influence global governance for the better and their multinational and multi-stakeholder focus.