New non-state networks of civil society, private sector, government and individual stakeholders are achieving new forms of cooperation, social change and even the production of global public value. They address every conceivable issue facing humanity from poverty, human rights, health and the environment, to economic policy, war and even the governance of the Internet itself.
A team of thinkers from 30 countries has already developed a new framework to discuss the new models. There are nine types of Global Solutions Networks, each very different from the others and each of them already having a material impact on improving the state of the world.
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