Two distinguished organizations from the Northeastern United States and the Balkans, the Boston Global Forum (BGF) and the Nizami Ganjavi International Center (NGIC) have announced a collaboration to promote pioneering initiatives related to a Global Alliance for Digital Governance. The initiative, which was the subject of recentt Politics Laboratory online forum, also involves the United Nations Centenary Initiative, AI World Society (AIWS) and Club of Madrid.
The joint announcement indicates that BGF will support NGIC’s global illumination education program in Baku, as well as a number of other initiatives.
BGF and NGIC will exchange resources to develop initiatives aimed at solving complex and controversial issues in today’s world and shaping the future of “Remaking the World – Toward an Age of Global Enlightenment”.
Under the agreement, BGF and NGIC will join in promoting the Global Alliance for Digital Governance (GADG), and NGIC will connect the governments of Balkan and Middle Eastern countries to support the ‘Alliance. Both organizations will recommend speakers, promote conferences and forums, and publicize joint events.
Nguyen Anh Tuan, co-founder and CEO of BGF, welcomed the agreement and noted its impact on expanding the Alliance: Agreement on AI and digital rights, and discussing the Agreement during the important conferences that NGIC often organizes in many cities such as New York, Beijing, Riga, Athens, Andorra, Cairo, Sarajevo, Sofia, Brussels, Missions in Kiev,
Tel Aviv, Amman, Istanbul, Bucharest, attended by many heads of state and government.
About the Boston World Forum
The Boston World Forum (BGF) provides a place for leaders, strategists, thinkers and innovators to contribute to Remaking the World – Towards a Global Age of Enlightenment.
In 2019, the Boston World Forum, in collaboration with the United Nations University Impact, launched the United Nations Centenary Initiative. It started with the release of a major work titled “Remaking the World – Towards an Age of Global Enlightenment”. More than twenty eminent leaders, thinkers, strategists and innovators have offered unprecedented approaches to meet the challenges facing the world. These contributors include European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Governor Michael Dukakis, Internet father Vint Cerf, former US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter, Harvard University professors Joseph Nye and Thomas Patterson , MIT professors Nazli Choucri and Alex ‘Sandy’ Pentland, and MEP Eva Kaili.
The BGF introduced core concepts that shape groundbreaking international initiatives, including the Social Contract for the Age of AI, the International AI Law and Agreement, the Global Alliance for Digital Governance, the Global AI Society Ecosystem (AIWS) and AIWS City.
About Nizami Ganjavi International Center
Nizami Ganjavi International Center (NGIC) is an international and non-political organization dedicated to the memory of the great Azerbaijani poet Nizami Ganjavi and to the study and dissemination of his works with the mission of building dialogue, understanding, mutual respect, tolerance between cultures and peoples to build functional and inclusive societies. The main mission of the Nizami Ganjavi International Center is to promote learning, tolerance, dialogue, understanding and shared societies in a world facing in many ways today unprecedented challenges.
NGIC’s board members include former presidents and prime ministers of the Balkan region and northern European leaders from Finland, Latvia, Belgium, the United Nations and prominent figures from the United States.
For more information on the recent Policy Forum, visit