The Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens is an independent nonprofit organization under Austrian law. The Centre was founded in 2017 and is co-chaired by Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General from 2007 – 2016 and by Heinz Fischer, President of the Republic of Austria from 2004 – 2016.
“Be inspired to go out in the world and to work not only for the betterment of your own country, but the betterment of humankind. Be a global citizen. Act with passion and compassion. Help us to make the world safer and more sustainable today and for the generations that will follow. That is our moral responsibility.” – Ban Ki-moon
Online Lecture Series on 'Sustainable Development in the 21st Century with Ban Ki-moon'
In partnership with Yonsei University and Coursera, the series cover topics such as People, Planet, Prosperity, Peace and Partnership. The lectures are taught by the board members of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens.
Ban Ki-moon Urges Global Citizens to Act Proactively for the Climate Issues at the SIWW Water Dialogue
During the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), Ban Ki-moon gave a keynote address as a distinguished guest to open the Water ...Read More
Ban Ki-moon Centre’s Co-chairman Ban Ki-moon, who is also the Assembly President and Council Chair of the Global Green Growth Institute ...Read More
As regional women mediator networks have emerged around the world, the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Norwegian Centre for Conflict ...Read More
Ban urges reinforcement of global citizenship and international collaboration for peace and prosperity in Asia at the Jeju Forum
Ban Ki-moon participated as a panelist and a keynote speaker in the Jeju Forum for Peace and Prosperity held in Jeju, ...Read More
Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens invited young leaders and representatives from varied organizations that work with and for youth and ...Read More