The four IPSP articles published in the french newspaper Le Monde (April 19, 2024) are now available in english !

  • « WE CAN AVERT A DYSTOPIAN FUTURE:A RENEWED AGENDA FOR GLOBAL SOCIAL PROGRESS », by Merike Blofield, university of Hambourg, Olivier Bouin, Fondation du réseau français des instituts d’études avancées, Pedro Conçeicao, United Nations Development Programme, Marc Fleurbaey, CNRS-PSE-ENS/PSL, Ravi Kanbur, Cornell university (New York), Takyiwaa Manuh, Centre for Democratic Development (Accra), Hossain Zillur Rahman, Power and Participation Research Center, Dacca, Elisa Reis, federal university of Rio de Janeiro, Marie-Laure Salles, Geneva Graduate Institute, Dennis Snower, Global Solutions Foundation, Margo Thomas, Women’s Economic Imperative et Ingrid Volkmer, Melbourne University (Australie) ;
  • « We see your indifference, but we bring hope », by Anabel Cruz and Aidan Eyakuze, civil society co-chairs of the Open Government Partnership, and are members of the steering committee of the International panel on Social Progress ;
  • « Environment and Society: Toward a Systemic Approachto Sustainable Development », by Purnamita Dasgupta, who contributed to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and is a member of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, as well as the Orientation Council of the International panel on social progress (IPSP), and Youba Sokona, former IPCC Vice-Chairman and member of the Honorary Committee of the IPSP ;
  • « We need to measure what we value to progress », by Gala Diaz Langou, Executive Director of Cippec in Buenos Aires and member of the Advisory Board of the International Panel on Social Progress.