Excerpted from Cadmus Vol. 4 Issue 1 (October 2019)
On 17 March 2019, immediately following the four-day VII Global Baku Forum, members and friends of ﬁve international organizations gathered to explore the present state and future effectiveness of governance and leadership, in the context of a world focused on the 17 SDGs and the role of education in their achievement. The short report of the day’s proceedings in the June 2019 WAAS newsletter deserved a more thorough follow-up on their several distinct parts, and the many important connections among their themes: The progress of the Black Sea Universities Network, Jeffrey Sachs’ provocative description of the challenges to accomplishing the 17 SDGs by 2030, and the ﬁve sessions addressing leadership and its related needs are addressed in this essay of personal and professional reﬂections. All are offered with the objective of providing both participants and the interested a more detailed report of the proceedings and a broader perspective on several of their major themes.
Read the full paper (14 pages) here: Global-Leadership-in-the-21st-Century-DHarries-Cadmus-V4-I1-Reprint