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What is global governance?

The ways in which affairs affecting the whole world are managed

2

What did global governance begin with?

Religion, a globally followed set of rules

3

What are the focuses of global governance?

Civil conflict
Reduction of poverty
Trade and investment inequality
Human rights violations
Environmental issues
Financial stability

4

How is civil conflict governed?

UN and peacekeeping organisations required
Solves conflicts before they escalate
Contributions from many countries, united

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How is reduction of poverty governed?

Intervention required from rich, foreign governments
World Banks/IMF involved, aid, NGOs

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How is trade and investment inequality governed?

WTO settle trade disputes between countries
Ensures global trade runs smoothly
Allows trade between all countries

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How are human rights violations governed?

UN needed to settle, court of human rights
Global human rights required for continuity
Prevents exploitation, slavery, inequality

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How are environmental issues governed?

UN climate programme, IPCC etc
Creates global task force, untied
Ensures equality in actions

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How is financial instability governed?

Organisation required to oversee global economy
Financial markets interconnected
World Bank, IMF, financial regulators

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What are issues with the UN regarding global governance?

It can work to promote growth and sustainability but also exacerbate inequality and injustice

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What is fundamental to understanding global governance?

Interactions between the local, regional, national, international and global scales

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Why are NGOs often more successful in reducing inequalities than global political organisation?

They provide a constant stream of funding
Responsive in terms of community needs
Work on a national as well as local scale
Funds are direct