The specific missions of these institutions are varied but is there a common animating principle to inform their goals presented as an integrated thematic analysis that transcends individual contributions human dignity and the future of global institutions argues that the concept of human dignity can serve as this principle. Human dignity and the future of global institutions the 21st century has witnessed a proliferation of international institutions including traditional intergovernmental organizations non governmental organizations private sector entities and other partnerships. Human dignity and the future of global institutions 2014 argues that the concept of human dignity is a common animating principle for global institutions editors anthony arend mark lagon discussed the books arguments with chapter contributor nicole bibbins sedaca lodi gyari and donald mchenry. This half day conference brought together a diverse group of scholars and practitioners to preview the collaborative book edited by mark p lagon and anthony clark arend human dignity and the future of global institutions 2014. In the book human dignity and the future of global institutions contributors examine the role of human dignity in traditional and emerging institutions and identify strategies to make human
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