Humanity faces critical challenges for which national responses are too narrow. New levels of cooperation are required for success.
Join world-renowned conservationist Dr. Jane Goodall and Global Security Institute President Jonathan Granoff in a candid online conversation about the role of individuals and states in obtaining Human Security, the challenges before us, and the cost of failure, and reasons for hope.
DATE: 30 NOVEMBER, 2021
TIME: 5PM GMT, 12 NOON EST
Dr. Jane Goodall DBE
Dr. Jane Goodall – ethologist and conservationist – is one of the world’s most influential scientists and inspiring humanitarians, known for her groundbreaking research into wild chimpanzees in Gombe, Tanzania. She founded the Jane Goodall Institute in 1977. Roots & Shoots, JGI’s humanitarian and environmental programme empowers young people of all ages to become involved in hands-on projects to benefit the community, animals and the environment is active in more than 60 countries. Dr. Goodall is a United Nations Messenger of Peace, author of many books including the recently published Book of Hope and is recipient of numerous awards for her tireless work for animal welfare, sustainable development, and conservation. She serves on the Board of Advisors of the Global Security Institute.
Jonathan Granoff is President of the Global Security Institute and Representative to the United Nations of the World Summits of Nobel Peace Laureates. He serves as Senior Advisor to the Committee on National Security of the International Law Section of the American Bar Association, from which he received its 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award. He is a Trustee of the World Academy of Arts and Science and is well known as a public advocate for peace, security, and the abolition of nuclear weapons. He serves on the Board of Advisors of the Jane Goodall Institute.