In helping to stand-up the Platform on Global Security, Justice & Governance Innovation and undertake related activities of Stimson’s Just Security 2020 Program, we wish to extend a special thank you to the State of Qatar for its encouragement and generous financial support.
We are also thankful for programming support and partnerships undertaken the past two and one-half years with the Permanent Missions of Canada, the European Union Delegation, Japan, Nigeria, and the United Arab Emirates to the United Nations, the European Union Delegation to the United States, the Workable World Trust, the Stanley Foundation, the One Earth Future Foundation, the Savannah Center for Diplomacy, Democracy, and Development, Leiden University, Igarapé Institute, the Academic Council on the UN System, the Doha Institute’s Center for Conflict and Humanitarian Studies, the Council on Energy, Environment, and Water (New Delhi), the Alliance for Peacebuilding, the United Nations Association of the National Capitol Area, the U.S. Institute of Peace, United Nations Foundation, United Nations University, the Institute for Economics and Peace, the International Peace Institute, the Global Partnership for the Prevention of Armed Conflict, the Global Challenges Foundation, Caux Forum on Just Governance and Human Security, Citizens for Global Solutions, the Global Town Halls Project (Global Voice), and fellow co-sponsors of the UN 2020 Initiative (CIVICUS, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, UNA-UK, the World Federalist Movement, and the Workable World Trust).
In supporting the development and promotion of the Albright-Gambari Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance Report, we are pleased to acknowledge the contributions made by the Bertelsmann Foundation, the Carnegie Foundation at the Peace Palace, Columbia University, the Embassy of the Netherlands to the United States, the International Peace Institute, the Municipality of The Hague, the Observer Research Foundation (India), the One Earth Future Foundation, the Permanent Missions of Brazil, Germany, Japan, Nigeria, and The Netherlands to the United Nations, the President Woodrow Wilson House, the United Nations Foundation, United Nations University, and the University of Ottawa. We wish to thank the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) for thematic support—in particular from Michèle Augua, Sara Burke, and Volker Lehman from FES New York—as well as for in-kind assistance at various stages of the Commission’s work.
We also wish to thank the following reviewers of parts of the Albright-Gambari Commission Report: (alphabetical order) Kuniko Ashizawa, Robert Berg, Sara Burke, Richard Caplan, Simon Chesterman, Stephen Gardiner, Harris Gleckman, Lise Howard, Ian Johnstone, Mary Kaldor, Georgios Kostakos, Don Krause, Melissa Labonte, Peter Middlebrook, David Mittler, Milton Mueller, Craig Murphy, Ted Newman, Vesselin Popovski, Stephen Schlesinger, Peter Stoett, Ramesh Thakur, and Paul Williams, as well as the following e-consultation special guest facilitators: Elko Brummelman, Sara Burke, Harris Gleckman, Peter Middlebrook, Natalie Palmer, Peter Stoett, and Ian Wallace. We wish to also thank Jessica Tsang and Ameya Naik, students from The Fletcher School of Law & Diplomacy, for their valuable research assistance.