Young leaders from a wide range of fields are given a forum to engage with questions of global governance: journalists, parliamentary researchers, members of NGOs, business consultants, assistants to boards of directors, and politicians.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bucerius Summer School on Global Governance 2021 has been cancelled. The next Bucerius Summer Schools will take place in April 2022 (special edition) and in August 2022. The application process for these events will start in September 2021.
The last Bucerius Summer School on Global Governance took place under the title "Redefining Governance: The New Normal, Geopolitics, Digitalization, and Climate Change" between 18 and 30 August 2019. "A Disrupted World and the Future of the Liberal Order" was the topic in 2018, "Multilateral Cooperation in an Ever More Protectionist World" in 2017.
Helmut Schmidt defined the aim of the fortnight's convention as follows: "The issue of the continued relevance of global governance in an increasingly globalized world is the focus of the Bucerius Summer School." Further information on the Bucerius Summer School can be found at: www.bucerius-summer-school.de