Brookings Institution – Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) luncheon with Richard Wike, associate director, Pew Global Attitudes Project, and Bruce Stokes, senior transatlantic fellow for economics, German Marshall Fund, to discuss the Pew Global Attitudes Survey (GAS) and its relevance for international governance reform. This small informal lunch session will take place 12:30 p.m. - 2:00 p.m at Brookings, 1780 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington.
This luncheon aims to explore the effectiveness of the GAS in capturing public perspective in a way that could be useful to summiteers. Are the results of the GAS helpful to forging the G20 into a mechanism that works as an effective vehicle for delivering policy results, establishing effective global leadership and addressing vital public concerns and anxieties about global conditions?
This luncheon discussion aims to provide the Pew Global Attitudes Project feedback on the GAS in hopes of better focusing the usefulness of the data to the Global Governance reform process and the strengthening of the international system to address global challenges.