Think Tank

At the GRN Think Tank we are changing the landscape of research.‚Äč

With a truly global and diverse network of Associates, we aim to create rapid-response teams for complex problems. Thought leaders from across fields of law and the humanities collaborate to diagnose deep issues and offer new solutions.

Our members work on blue-sky thinking in their respective programmes, as well as collaborating across programmes on projects concerning e.g. global migration; gender and development; alternative dispute resolution; sustainable resource use, and military conflict. We seek to leverage our collective power to serve communities in need, irrespective of location and size. 


If you are an NGO or governmental organisation seeking pro bono support or partnership for a project,  or if you are a publisher interested in publishing one of our working papers, please get in touch with us here.

The GRN online discussion rooms are only available to members. Apply here if you would like to join us.
 
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