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Governor Michael Dukakis will speak at the United Nations Charter Day Roundtable

Governor Michael Dukakis, co-founder of the Boston Global Forum and co-author of the Social Contract 2020, will speak at the United Nations Charter Day Roundtable, June 26, 2020. This event is co-organized by the United Nations Academic Impact and the Boston Global Forum (AI World Society Innovation Network – AIWS.net).

This is a special event to celebrate the United Nations Charter Day June 26. This is also the first roundtable of the series United Nations 2045 Initiative (100 years of United Nations), moderated by Chief United Nations Academic Impact and Editor-in-Chief of the United Nations Chronicle Magazine, Ramu Damodaran.

Governor Michael Dukakis was a politician and leader who made miracle stories in Massachusetts as a 3-term governor, and the Democratic Party Nominee for President of the United States 1988. Currently he is a distinguished professor of Northeastern University and UCLA.

Gov. Dukakis co-created: “World Leader in Peace and Cybersecurity” Award; “World Leader in AI World Society” Award, and the AI World Society Initiative. Together with Nguyen Anh Tuan he also established December 12 as the annual Global Cybersecurity Day. Gov. Dukakis also coauthored, “The concepts of AI-Government,” “Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security (ECCC),” and the “BGF-G7 Summit Initiative Report.”