Think Tanks

The Global Solutions Initiative is based on a global network of think tanks and research institutions, connecting national and international expertise in the service of global citizenship.

At the heart of this research network is the Council for Global Problem-Solving (CGP) – a unique group of world-class research institutions with excellent contacts to policymakers in their respective countries and to some 500 think tanks in most countries worldwide. The Council for Global Problem-Solving drives the research agenda and is a catalyst for research-based policy advice:

Complementary to the Council for Global Problem-Solving are other leading think tanks and research institutions, which contribute their resources and provide research-based policy advice to the Global Solutions Initiative. If you wish to be included, please contact us.

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