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The Institute's Essentials of Dialogue toolkit from its Generation Global programme (formerly known as Face to Faith) has been featured in The Brookings Institution's list of practices and tools for global citizenship education (pg 25).

The programme supports students to develop critical thinking and citizenship skills, and the tools to understand and deal with the complexity and diversity of...
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The Institutes Essentials of Dialogue toolkit from its Generation Global program

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yesterday at 10:23. Facebook
"Four things I learned about delivery from African leaders" - Dan Hymowit, Senior Advisor at the Institute, blogs for the World Bank on how teams in African Presidencies and Prime Minister’s offices can drive their governments to deliver results for citizens, whether that’s inclusive economic growth and job creation or an effective education system.
Four things I learned about delivery from African leaders Dan Hymowit Senior

4 things I learned about delivery from African leaders

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Tony Blair
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04/27/2017 at 09:55. Facebook
Pleased to see UNESCO featuring tools and resources from our Generation Global programme in their recent guide for policy-makers on preventing violent extremism through education (p59).

Generation Global is a pioneering global education programme for 12-17 year olds. By providing global learning and dialogue opportunities, it helps young people to be resolute in the face of challenging...
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04/25/2017 at 09:12. Facebook
"The Tories have hit on a way of getting votes by presenting the election as about 'strengthening the prime minister’s hand in the Brexit negotiation', i.e., they have turned a partisan Tory vote into an act of national interest.

This argument has real cut-through. This is why ignoring the Brexit issue or trying to play it down as one issue out of many just won’t work. Labour voters, normally...
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The way to fight the Tories in June’s election is to turn Brexit against them | Tony Blair

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04/24/2017 at 11:38. Facebook
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"We need to ensure that a re-elected Tory Party cannot claim a mandate for Brexit At Any Cost."

Tony Blair writes for the Evening Standard.

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We're recruiting for two positions within our Generation Global US education team. Generation Global is a pioneering global education programme for 12-17 year olds, which, by providing global learning and dialogue opportunities, helps them to be resolute in the face of challenging narratives. Devised by an international group experts, the programme provides opportunities for students to put...
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One of the fascinating aspects of leadership is the process of decision-making and in Cheryl Einhorn’s interesting and insightful new book, Problem Solved, she writes about applying an analytical framework to improve the possibility of a good outcome. I was delighted to write the foreword for it, because in an increasingly complex world, it is a useful guide for many.
One of the fascinating aspects of leadership is the process of decisionmaking

Problem Solved: A Powerful System for Making Complex Decisions with Confidence and Conviction

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"I am urging that, as part of this election campaign, we create the capacity for the people to know exactly what the choices are; and elect as many MPs as possible with an open mind on this issue who are prepared to vote according to the quality of the deal and the interests of the British people.

I have never known a political situation as perplexing as this; or as galvanising. But I am...
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I am urging that as part of this election campaign we create
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"Put simply, effective government changes lives". Citing Guinea, Ethiopia, and Kenya as examples, Jim Murphy reports from the Africa Delivery Exchange on how good governance remains one of the most potent forces society has at its disposal.

International aid is undoubtedly part of the solution to the challenges facing these governments, but what is needed is systemic change of the type that...
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Put simply effective government changes lives Citing Guinea Ethiopia and Kenya as
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“If we find the right words to defend our values, and the right policies to give a real perspective to every citizen, the future of liberal democracy can shine as brightly as its past.”

This means that we need to identify the policies that can counteract the drivers of discontent. Liberal democracy will only be secure if most people once again feel that the future holds promise for them, that...
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Renewing Liberal Democracy

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“If you put a right-wing populism up against a leftist populism, the right-wing populism will win every time.”

Tony Blair speaks to Wes Streeting MP and Ruth Smeeth MP about renewing the centre for Progress.

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All of our work supports an open-minded approach to globalisation, and attempts to change policy to solve its challenges.

We believe that governance and not simply aid is the way forward. In respect of extremism, we believe it is essential to confront the ideology and not only the violence. On the Middle East peace process, we are pioneering a new approach towards the two state...
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All of our work supports an openminded approach to globalisation and attempts
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"Put simply, effective government changes lives". Citing Guinea, Ethiopia, and Kenya as examples, Jim Murphy reports from the Africa Delivery Exchange on how good governance remains one of the most potent forces society has at its disposal.

International aid is undoubtedly part of the solution to the challenges facing these governments, but what is needed is systemic change of the type that...
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When ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack on the Palace of Westminster, it was another reminder of the violent and destructive nature of Islamism, or political Islam, as it is sometimes referred to. Mubaraz Ahmed explores why a British-born convert to Islam might have been vulnerable to extremist ideas, and therefore why he carried out such an attack.
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Effective governance is an essential driver of development, and is why government needs to bring in the best thinking in the world today. Speaking at the Institute of Economic Affairs in Accra, Ghana, Mr. Blair made the case to an audience of policymakers and business leaders.

Citing Colombia and Venezuela, Poland and Ukraine, Rwanda and Burundi, and “the greatest experiment in governance the...
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We need a new way forward to reach peace between Israelis and Palestinians. Key to that approach is the relationship with the region.

Today, there are common strategic interests and common objectives shared between Israel and the Arab nations, and the Institute's work in the Middle East is based on the belief that the key to transforming the region – and therefore to a more peaceful world –...
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Straight after the EU Referendum if you’d said to people we’re out the Single Market, out the Customs Union, people would have said: hang on, we didn’t decide that? So how did we decide that? We didn’t. We just stumbled into it.

Tony Blair speaks to Anne McElvoy of The Economist.
Straight after the EU Referendum if youd said to people were out

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The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change is hosting the inaugural Africa Delivery Exchange in Nairobi this week, bringing together senior government figures from the continent to discuss how to continue to deliver reforms to improve the lives of their citizens.

Representatives from seven countries will share their experiences of getting things done in government. The Exchange will also will...
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The Tony Blair Institute for Global Change is hosting the inaugural Africa
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“The centre was never in the blame game. We were in the future game. If you want to revive the centre you’ve got to have answers. You’ve got to be linking up with people creating the technology, making the changes and saying how do we help people through this?"

"How are the opportunities of tech used to transform healthcare, education, the way government functions? What special measures do...
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The centre was never in the blame game We were in the

Can the Centre Hold? - BBC Radio 4

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