Corporate Plan 2024

Our plans and priorities for the new year

Over the next three years, the Centre’s core programs and activities will support transformational change by increasing the global commitment to pluralism. Achieving this goal requires enhancing our strategic partnerships and increasing our funding.

2023 Global Pluralism Award Ceremony

Watch the 2023 Global Pluralism Award Ceremony to celebrate global champions of diversity and inclusion.

Winners Announced!

2023 Global Pluralism Award

Esther Omam (Cameroon), Red de Intérpretes y Promotores Interculturales Asociación Civil (Mexico) and REFORM: The Palestinian Association for Empowerment and Local Development (Palestine) have been selected as this year’s recipients receiving $50,000 to continue their work towards pluralism.

New Website Launched!

The Global Pluralism Monitor

The Centre is excited to share with you the launch of our latest initiative – the Global Pluralism Monitor website! Our commitment to understanding the state of pluralism in different countries and contexts has led us to create the Global Pluralism Monitor, a resource we believe is a catalyst for positive change.

2023 Global Pluralism Award

Finalist Announcement

This year’s finalists —chosen from among 200 submissions from 60 countries— are working to strengthen pluralism in their societies across a wide range of disciplines, from peacebuilding to translation, social enterprise, sport therapy, storytelling, technology, and beyond.

2022 Annual Report

Power of people, evidence and dialogue

We’re pleased to share our 2022 Annual Report: Power of people, evidence and dialogue. Though pluralism is at risk around the world, we continue to believe in the prospect for pluralism. 

Cross-Border Cosmopolitans:

Discussing Colonialism, Race and National Security with Dr. Wendell Nii Laryea Adjetey

Join us on February 16th, we discuss themes from the new book, Cross-Border Cosmopolitans: The Making of a Pan-African North America with its author, Dr. Wendell Nii Laryea Adjetey.

Our Mission

To influence perspectives, inform policies and inspire pathways to advance pluralism.

What We’re Listening To

The Negotiators

How Kofi Annan Mediated a Volatile Political Crisis in Kenya.