Global Governance Watch

Founding Year:



Jim Kelly (Founder and Director)

The Global Governance Watch is a project of the Washington, D.C.-based Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies, which aims to;

  • “raise awareness about global governance trends and developments
  • to monitor how the work of transnational organizations influences domestic policies and outcomes
  • to address issues of transparency and accountability within the United Nations, related intergovernmental organizations, and other non-state actors.”

It links to key news updates, “catalogues legal resources, commentaries, and academic papers and hosts original commentary on recent developments by both the staff and occasional outside contributors.”


The Global Governance Watch has four sections;


Global Governance Watch contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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  Geographic Foci


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