Connecting distinguished people from around the world to build the Age of Global Enlightenment

Oct 11, 2021News is network of distinguished leaders, thinkers, innovators, think tanks, and organizations, connecting with governments to support “Remaking the World – Toward an Age of Global Enlightenment” through solutions, initiatives, practices, and implementations of principles and ideas of the book and the United Nations Centennial Initiative.

Sponsors: Boston Global Forum, Massachusetts Government, MIT Connection Science, [email protected].

Headquarter: Boston

There are representatives of Boston Global Forum and at 45 cities, including New York, Washington DC, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Tokyo, Zurich, Stockholm, Helsinki, Copenhagen, Oslo, Saint Petersburg, Riga, London, Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Athens, Rome, Jerusalem, Vienna, Madrid, Lisbon, Warsaw, Dubrovnik, Toronto, New Delhi, Melbourne, Hanoi, Baku, Cairo, and Lima. have connected with 54 governments, including of G7 and OECD countries, and international organizations such as the United Nations, UNESCO, World Bank, OECD, Club de Madrid, and Nizami Ganjavi International Center.

Representative of BGF and at cities are Ambassadors of BGF and They will, on behalf of BGF and, connect and engage people, governments, and organizations at those cities with BGF, AIWS, and bridge Boston and other cities. They are distinguished leaders, strategists, thinkers, and innovators of cities.

Distinguished Thinker Paul Nemitz is the Representative of Boston Global Forum and at Berlin and Brussels. Chairwoman of LATO, Professor Zaneta Ozolina is Representative of BGF and in Riga.