Global Marshall Plan Initiative

Founding Year: 1948



The “integrative platform for a world in balance” consists  of a “network from more than 5000 supporters from all levels of society, which it gathers politics, economy and civil society with five core demands to a fairer globalization.” It has 5 building blocks; the “implementation of Sustainable Development Goals”, the “achievement of the 0.7% target”; the “fair taxation of global value creation as a financing basis”; the “promotion of a global ecosocial market economy”; and the”fair Global Development Partnership.”


Global Marshall Plan Initiative contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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