Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
chahrazed khier is a Student in international relations, particularly interested in global economic governance and the role of Non Governmental Organizations in the world economy, how NGOs could access to International Organizations such as ( THE IMF,World bank,WTO..), what are the strategies to influence and promote the capacities of civil society in the poor countries.what are its potential to democratize the global economy.
By participating in the Global Ethics Network, I want to be able to upgrade to think with the other members as an network -since we are acting in network governance - to more understand the necessity of economic ethics and and democratic economy .
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