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UNESCO and Boston Global Forum Create The Global Education Leadership Innovation Council

ContactTuan_Nguyen@BostonGlobalForum.org ,  TuNguyen@GSEIS.UCLA.edu

Webste: GCE.GSEIS.UCLA.edu Tel.: +1 617 286 6589

Boston, MA – The Global Education Leadership Innovation Council was recently created through a joint venture between the UNESCO-UCLA Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education and the Boston Global Forum.

The Council will focus on educational management and leadership in an effort to encourage the adoption of new concepts, principles, solutions, initiatives, and ideas to innovate global education. These innovations in global education are expected to be fostered by the Global Citizenship Education Network and education institutions worldwide.

Council members are:

The Council is directed by multiple well-known educational leadership professors and scholars such as:

Prof. Richard Elmore from Harvard Graduate School of Education at Harvard University

Prof. Marcello Suarez-Orozco, Wasserman Dean of Graduate School of Education & Information Studies at University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Prof. Carlos Alberto Torres, Chair, UNESCO Chair, Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education, UCLA

Prof. Patrick Winston, founder, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) at MIT.

Tuan Anh Nguyen, UNESCO-UCLA Chair on Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education and

cochairman of The Boston Global Forum, is the permanent member of the Council.

New Concepts and Ideas for Global Education

  1. Members of Global Education Leadership Innovation Council believe education is an inspiration to humanity. It is also a lifelong progression that should not only be made in schools but continue through events that involve all citizens in activities that promote social wellbeing.
  2. Global Citizenship Education Network encourages the implementation of new ideas and initiatives in global leadership, management and the mobilization of religions to cooperate in educating people to be more compassionate, humane and respectful.
  3. With the rapid development of technology, artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet the Council will strive to automate the transfer of knowledge transfer to every region and family region around the globe.

Global Education Leadership Innovation Council will:

  • Announce innovations, new solutions for governance reform and global education leadership.
  • Announce initiatives, solutions for education reform, educational revolution around the world.
  • Create models, new ways of doing things contribute to a profound renewal of global education.
  • Honor 100 global education innovation leaders annually.
  • Lead the Global Citizen Education Network to host the annual World Reconciliation Day

About The Boston Global Forum

Established in 2012, The Boston Global Forum brings together, in an open and accessible public forum, an eclectic and engaging spectrum of highly regarded academic leaders, real-world experts, influential thoughts leaders, media experts and promising young leaders.

BGF’s immediate goal is to identify emerging threats to peace and stability around the globe, suggest realistic solutions, and identify possible actions that can be taken to avert armed conflict. The Forum’s ultimate goal is to lessen tensions, promote peace and security, and foster conditions that lead to greater social justice and broader economic prosperity wherever they are most needed.

UNESCO and The Boston Global Forum Makrs Annual World Reconciliation Day, Sept. 9th

UNESCO and The Boston Global Forum Makrs Annual World Reconciliation Day, Sept. 9th

To Foster Global Peace, Security, Tolerance, Kindness on 

Press Contacst: Dick Pirozzolo + 1 617 959 4613, dick@pirozzolo.com

Tuan Nguyen + 1 617 286 6589, tuan_nguyen@bostonglobalforum.org

Boston, MA — September 9th is designated World Reconciliation Day by UNESCO, the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and The Boston Global Forum, and will be commemorated locally with a program at Harvard University

World Reconciliation Day at Harvard University:

Time: 8:30 AM, September 9, 2017

Venue: Loeb House, Harvard University

Participants: Professors from Harvard University, MIT, UCLA, and universities in Boston;

Consuls-General from other countries in Boston

Business leaders in Boston

Program Agenda:

Introduce President Gov. Dukakis:  Professor Patterson

Opening Remarks by Michael Dukakis

The Distinguished Lecture on Reconciliation: Professor Thomas Patterson

Recognize Professor Joseph Nye: Distinguished Global Educator for Peace and Innovation, Professor Carlos Torres.

The Distinguished Lecture on Reconciliation: Professor Joseph Nye.

Announce excellent innovations and solutions for world reconciliation: Gov. Dukakis.

Announce and discuss the solution for world reconciliation 2017

            Solutions for the North Korean Peninsula

Moderator: Governor Michael Dukakis

Introduce World Reconciliation Festival: Nguyen Anh Tuan

Closing Ceremony: Gov. Dukakis

The event is hosted by Tuan Anh Nguyen, UNESCO-UCLA Chair on Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education and cochairman of The Boston Global Forum.

“The purpose of Annual World Reconciliation Day is to foster world peace, security and creativity to  make the world a better place with more tolerance and kindness,” Nguyen said in announcing the program hosted by the Global Citizenship Education Network (GCEN).

According to Nguyen, “The world’s great universities are urged to participate with a focus on events scheduled at Harvard University and UCLA. Other leading universities and cultural organizations are being scheduled to participate with events such as Reconciliation Concerts and a World Reconciliation Festival.”

September 9th events commemorating World Reconciliation Day Include:

  1. Publish and evaluate initiatives on reconciliation and peace: showcasing the best solutions.
  2. The Distinguished Lecture on Reconciliation: a world-renown authority will speak about reconciliation, focusing on ideas to reduce problems that lead to continual world conflict.
  3. The Global Educator Award for Peace and Innovation: Present the Global Educator Award for Peace and Innovation on World Reconciliation Day each year at Harvard and UCLA.
  4. Conciliation Concert: Call upon city and university symphony orchestras to participate with reconciliation concerts every September 9th and encourage
  5. World Reconciliation Festival: Put reconciliation into practice by communicating the benefits of reconciliation, elimination of hatred and value of tolerance. Discuss the quintessence of art and culture with an eye toward encouraging philanthropy.

World Reconciliation Day also calls for the United Nations and Vatican leadership to seek support from mosques, churches, temples, and pagodas around the world and join in on the World Reconciliation Festival, held online and live to encourage personal connections around the world.

The World Reconciliation Day Council along with the Global Education Leadership Innovation Council will select and honor the Global Educator for Peace and Innovation on that day as well.

 

Reconciliation Concerts 2017:

September 9th, 2017 performances will be recognized by the Global Citizenship Education Network as official 2017 Reconciliation Concerts:

Vietnamese Cheo Theatre, Quan Am Thi Kinh, Cheo Theatre

Cellist Tamas Varga, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, and Ambassador of the Global Citizenship Education Network, Tokyo.

Violinist Hyung Joon Won, Artistic Director of the Lindenbaum Festival Ensemble, Seoul.

World Reconciliation Day Council Members are:

Governor Michael Dukakis

Professor Marcello Suarez-Orozco

Professor Carlos Alberto Torres

Professor Joseph Nye

Nguyen Anh Tuan

Professor Thomas Patterson

Professor David Silsberweig

Professor John Quelch

Ambassador Ichiro Fujisaki

Professor Koichi Hamada

About The Boston Global Forum

Established in 2012, The Boston Global Forum brings together, in an open and accessible public forum, an eclectic and engaging spectrum of highly regarded academic leaders, real-world experts, influential thoughts leaders, media experts and promising young leaders.

BGF’s immediate goal is to identify emerging threats to peace and stability around the globe, suggest realistic solutions, and identify possible actions that can be taken to avert armed conflict. The Forum’s ultimate goal is to lessen tensions, promote peace and security, and foster conditions that lead to greater social justice and broader economic prosperity wherever they are most needed.

BGF-G7 Initiatives Sent To G7 Leaders In G7 Summit

Starting from 2016, Boston Global Forum will cooperate with host countries of G7 Summit to convene the world leading scholars, influential business leaders and young leaders, and government leaders of host countries to discuss and generate initiatives and solutions to the most global pressing issues concerning peace, security and development.

Initiatives will be sent to G7 leaders in G7 Summit

Download Brochure of The BGF-G7 Summit Initiative

The BGF-G7 Summit Initiative (BG7SI) is dedicated to advancing the collaboration between the BGF and G7 in addressing global issues.

The BGF-G7 Summit Initiative Delegations

In 2016, The BGF was cooperating with Japan – as the G7 Summit’s host, to convene leaders in academic business , government and technology to seek solutions to this year’s biggest problems. Proposals was sent to national leaders at the G7 Summit, held in Japan – May 26-27, 2016

In the year of 2017, BGF continues to host the BGF-G7 Summit Initiative Conference on April 25,2017 and has successfully delivered The Taormina Plan as BGF-G7 Initiative. Proposals will sent to national leaders at the G7 Summit, to be held in Italy – May 26–27, 2017.

The BGF-G7 Summit Initiative Report

Cyber Conflict and Fake News

Proposals for Consideration at G-7 Summit, Taormina, Italy, May 26-27, 2017

The Boston Global Forum herein submits policy proposals in two areas—cyber conflict and disinformation (fake news)—for consideration at the 2017 G-7 Summit in Taormina, Italy.

Contributors to this document are Nazli Choucri, Anders Corr, Michael Dukakis, Ryan Maness, Tuan Nguyen, Thomas Patterson, Derek S. Reveron, John E. Savage, and David Silbersweig.

Read the full BGF-G7 Summit Initiative Report here

Ethics Code Of Conduct For Cyber Peace And Security (ECCC) Version 3.0

THE ETHICS CODE OF CONDUCT FOR CYBER PEACE AND SECURITY (ECCC)

Version 3.0

Governor Michael Dukakis, Mr. Nguyen Anh Tuan, Mr. Allan Cytryn, Prof. Nazli Choucri, Prof. Thomas Patterson, Prof. Derek Reveron, Prof. John E. Savage, Prof. John Quelch, Prof. Carlos Torres.

The Boston Global Forum’s Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security (ECCC) makes the following recommendations for maintaining the security, stability and integrity of cyberspace.

Net Citizens Should

• Engage in responsible behavior on the Internet, e.g.

o Conduct oneself online with the same thoughtfulness, consideration and respect for others that you expect from them, both online and offline

o Do not visit suspicious websites

o Do not share news or content from sources that are not trustworthy

• Learn and apply security best practices, e.g.

o Update software when notified by vendors.

o Ensure your PC has virus protection software installed and running.

o Use strong passwords, change them periodically, and do not share them.

o Do not transmit personally identifiable information to unknown sites.

o Maintain a healthy suspicion of email from unknown sources.

o For web communication use HTTPS instead of HTTP when possible.

Policy Makers Should

• Endorse and implement recommendations made by the 2015 UN Group of (G20). Below we summarize the important norms concerning information and communication technologies (ICTs).

1. [GGE] International law, including the UN Charter, applies online.

2. [GGE] States should help limit harmful uses of ICTs, especially those that threaten international peace and security.

3. [GGE] States should recognize that good attribution in cyberspace is difficult to obtain, which means miscalculation in response to cyber incidents is possible.

4. [GGE] States should not knowingly allow their territory to be used for malicious ICT activity.

5. [GGE] States should assist other states victimized by an ICT attack.

6. [GGE] States, in managing ICT activities, should respect the Human Rights Council and UN General Assembly resolutions on privacy and freedom of expression.

7. [GGE] States should protect their critical infrastructure from ICT threats.

8. [GGE] A state should not conduct or permit ICT use that damages the critical infrastructure of another state or impairs its operations.

9. [GGE] States should work to ensure the integrity of the supply chain so as to maintain confidence in the security of ICT products.

10. [GGE] States should prevent the proliferation of malicious ICT tools and techniques and the use of harmful hidden functions.

11. [GGE] States should encourage reporting of ICT vulnerabilities and the sharing of remedies for them.

12. [GGE] States should not knowingly attempt to harm the operations of a computer emergency  response team. Nor should it use such a team for malicious international activity.

13. [G7] No state should conduct or support ICT-enabled theft of intellectual property, trade secrets or other confidential business information for commercial gain.

14. [G7] If ICT activity amounts to the use of force (an armed attack), states can invoke Article 51 of the UN Charter in response.

15. [G7] States should collaborate on research and development on security, privacy and resilience.

16. [G7] States are encouraged to join the Budapest Convention.

• States should not create nor tolerate the dissemination of fake news.

IT Engineers Should

• Apply best practices in the design, implementation and testing of hardware and software products so as to

o Avoid ICT vulnerabilities,

o Protect user privacy and data

• Make use of the NIST “Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity” as a guide for improving the security of critical applications.

• Should not create nor use technology to create or disseminate fake news.

Business Firms and Business Leaders Should

• Take responsibility for handling sensitive corporate data stored electronically.

• Create employment criteria to ensure that employees are qualified to design and implement products and services that meet high security standards.

• Ensure that IT engineers are kept abreast of the latest ICT security threats.

• Implement effective Cyber Resilience in your business.

• Engage in information sharing of ICT hazards, subject to reasonable safeguards, with other companies in similar businesses.

Educators, Influencers/Institutions Should

• Teach the responsibilities of net citizens described above, including fostering good behavior and avoidance of malicious activity.

• Help global citizens to acquire the critical thinking skills needed to identify and avoid fake news and discourage its dissemination.

• Ensure that IT engineers are taught the skills necessary to produce safe, reliable and secure ICT products and services.

• Educate and lead global citizens to support and implement the ECCC.

• Create honors and awards to recognize outstanding individuals who contribute greatly to a secure and safe cyberspace.

Download Ethics Code of Conduct for Cyber Peace and Security (ECCC) here

Fake News and Preventing Cyberwar are featured discussions at The Boston Global Forum Summit on Tuesday April 25

The emergence of Fake News and threat of Cyberwar now impact

free, fair and peaceful elections in the US and elswehere

Cambridge Mass (April 20, 2017) — Leading cybersecurity and international media authorities will discuss coping with the rising impact of fake news and peaceful solutions to the threat of cyberwar at the upcoming Boston Global Forum-G7 Summit Initiative Conference in Cambridge.

8:30-11:30 AM, Tuesday, April 25

The Harvard University Faculty Club

20 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA

Opening remarks will be delivered by: Gov. Michael Dukakis, Chairman, Boston Global Forum, followed by Nicola De Santis, Consul General of Italy in Boston

Media Coverage is invited:

For Press Credentials Contact: Dick Pirozzolo + 1 617 959 4613, dick@pirozzolo.com or Tuan Nguyen + 1 617 286 6589, tuan_nguyen@bostonglobalforum.org

CYBERWAR

The first Initiative of the BGF-G7 Summit Initiative on Preventing Cyberwar as Toarmina Solutions will be delivered by Prof. John Savage, Brown University; Mikko Hypponen – Chief Research Officer, F-Secure, and Trey Herr – Cybersecurity Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School.

Their presentation will be followed with a panel discussion by Prof. Derek Reveron and Prof. Thomas E. Creely, Naval War College; Prof. Nazli Choucri, MIT; Ryan Maness, Northeastern University; and Anders Corr, Principal, Corr Analytics.

FAKE NEWS

Coping with the spread of fake news will be addressed by Global Citizenship Education Network Professor Thomas Patterson of Harvard University; Anders Corr of Corr Analytics, and with Nguyen Anh Tuan, cofounder and CEO of The Boston Global Forum and chair of the International Advisory Committee of UNESCO in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education at UCLA. This is the second Initiative of the BGF-G7 Summit Initiative.

Their comments will be followed by a panel discussion on the recent emergence of fake news and its impact on the democratic process with Prof. Carlos Alberto Torres, UCLA; Llewellyn King, Host, Whitehouse Chronicle and Barry Nolan, Senior Advisor, Joint Economic Committee, US Congress.

For observations on Cyberwar and Fake News visit: THE BGF-G7 SUMMIT INITIATIVE

“Escape from Saigon – a Novel”

Following the official BGF program, Dick Pirozzolo, Boston Global Forum Editorial Board Member, will deliver an informal talk and reading from: “Escape from Saigon,” a new novel set during, April of 1975—the final 30 days of the Vietnam War, coauthored with Michael Morris (Skyhorse Publishing, New York, Jan. 2017).

About The Boston Global Forum

Established in 2012, The Boston Global Forum brings together, in an open and accessible public forum, an eclectic and engaging spectrum of highly regarded academic leaders, real-world experts, influential thoughts leaders, media experts and promising young leaders.

BGF’s immediate goal is to identify emerging threats to peace and stability around the globe, suggest realistic solutions, and identify possible actions that can be taken to avert armed conflict. The Forum’s ultimate goal is to lessen tensions, promote peace and security, and foster conditions that lead to greater social justice and broader economic prosperity wherever they are most needed.

First Global Commons Review Presented at 2017 UNESCO Conference

The UNESCO-UCLA Chair in Global Learning and Global Citizenship Education, Dr. Carlos Alberto Torres, unveiled the first issue of the Global Commons Review (GCR) at the UNESCO Week for Peace and Sustainable Development: The Role of Education, on March 6, 2017 in Ottawa, Canada.

The first issue features articles written by highly-respected professors and scholars from various well-known universities across the globe. Issue Number Zero brings readers a general introduction to the Global Citizenship Education (GCE) program and the Global Citizenship Education Network (GCEN), which set the foundation for further issues of the Global Commons Review.

Dr. Carlos Alberto Torres gift UNESCO Director-general Irina Bokova Issue number Zero

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