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21 Priorities for Governments in 2021

21 Priorities
21 Priorities
  • REPAIRING THE SOCIAL FABRIC

  • REIMAGINING AND REINFORCING KEY PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS

  • NAVIGATING A TRANSFORMED GEO-TECHNOLOGICAL ORDER

  • COMPETING IN A TRANSFORMED ECONOMY

  • SECURING THE FUTURE


Having emerged from one of the most challenging and consequential years in recent history, the world has now entered a year in which the sheer volume and structural depth of change may well prove to be even greater.

The 21 Priorities for Governments in 2021 report covers a wide spectrum of flashpoints for government leaders to address collectively. Amongst them; the fair and equitable distribution of vaccines; the climate crisis and strengthening climate action; harnessing the opportunities presented by digital technologies to bridge inequalities; and addressing the global trust deficit and perceived failures of governments to deliver on their promises. In each of these areas, leaders face pressing challenges and novel threats.

Thus, the 21 Priorities for Governments in 2021 report also shares recommendations on what must be done in tackling these challenges that lay ahead, as well as outline the remarkable landscape of emergent opportunities to drive transformative change – starting now.