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Mark your Calendars!πŸ—“οΈ

π„π¦πžπ«π π’π§π  π…πžππžπ«πšπ₯ π’π­πšπ­πžπ¬ - π‚πšπ§ 𝐂𝐨π₯π₯𝐚𝐩𝐬𝐞 π›πž π€π―π¨π’ππžπ?

πŸ—¨οΈJoined by a Panel of Experts:
Sabine Kropp, Soeren Keil, Sisay Kinfe, KarloBasta

πŸ“…June 21, 2023
πŸ• 8AM EST, 2PM CST, 3 PM EAT
✍️https://forumfed.org/event/emerging-federal-states-can-collapse-be-avoided/

In the last decades, the number of federal states has grown substantially. Almost half of the world’s population now lives in federal countries which have emerged in all parts of the world.

As the number of federal countries has grown, so has the interest in them – both from an academic as well as a political perspective. How do federal structures emerge, and how do nascent federal arrangements function in practice? Why do they regress? How can federalization processes be strengthened?
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Mark your Calendars!πŸ—“οΈ  π„π¦πžπ«π π’π§π  π…πžππžπ«πšπ₯ π’π­πšπ­πžπ¬ - π‚πšπ§ 𝐂𝐨π₯π₯𝐚𝐩𝐬𝐞 π›πž π€π―π¨π’ππžπ?  πŸ—¨οΈJoined by a Panel of Experts: 
Sabine Kropp, Soeren Keil, Sisay Kinfe, KarloBasta  πŸ“…June 21, 2023
πŸ• 8AM EST, 2PM CST, 3 PM EAT
✍️https://forumfed.org/event/emerging-federal-states-can-collapse-be-avoided/  In the last decades, the number of federal states has grown substantially. Almost half of the world’s population now lives in federal countries which have emerged in all parts of the world.  As the number of federal countries has grown, so has the interest in them – both from an academic as well as a political perspective. How do federal structures emerge, and how do nascent federal arrangements function in practice? Why do they regress? How can federalization processes be strengthened?

Did you know that federalism facilitates inter-jurisdictional learning, where successful policies and approaches can be shared and replicated, driving momentum for action?

#WorldEnvironmentDay2023

πŸ“–βž‘οΈhttps://forumfed.org/document/climate-governance-and-federalism/
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Did you know that federalism facilitates inter-jurisdictional learning, where successful policies and approaches can be shared and replicated, driving momentum for action?  #WorldEnvironmentDay2023  πŸ“–βž‘οΈhttps://forumfed.org/document/climate-governance-and-federalism/
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