Colombe Cahen-Salvador: A global movement to solve global problems

Colombe Cahen-Salvador: A global movement to solve global problems

We need to think beyond national borders to solve global problems, says activist Colombe Cahen-Salvador. Reimagining the world’s fractured systems of governance and calling out their ineffective responses to major issues — from the coronavirus pandemic to climate change and human rights — she introduces NOW!, a movement unifying people to create a truly democratic world.

PUBLISH DATE: September 29, 2020

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