Definition of good global governance

Good global governance is a political order that promotes the welfare of all through  economic, social, demographic and ecological sustainability and justice. It is a people-centered global governance with the mandate of regulating global issues only without interfering in the internal affairs of nations.

Helmut Burkhardt
coordinator of the Science for Peace Working Group on Good Global Governance for a Just and Sustainable World. 2016-01-03

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