Global Citizen Quest

Remembering 170 years of innovation at the World’s Fair

05 October 2021

The World’s Fair has long been a stage for innovation and achievement, putting host countries on the map as global leaders.   The World’s Fair (officially, the International Registered Exhibition) is where the present meets the future. Since its debut in London in 1851, these global gatherings have served as…

When will we be able to travel again?

06 April 2021

Dozens of tech companies, international travel agencies, and even governments are racing to bring us digital health passes in hopes…

Thinking Global Is Driving Innovation

08 November 2019

70,000 people, gathered from over 160 countries, in one city, with one mission.  Is that not powerful? Gathering different minds and…

Diplomatic Immunity: To Waive or Not to Waive

15 October 2019

Guest post by Professor Craig Barker, Dean of the School of Law and Social Sciences at London South Bank University.…

The Pioneers of Global Citizenship

10 June 2019

The people of Hong Kong can be seen as the catalyst of the Global Citizen industry. During the handover of…

Passport Wars: A Travel Document or Weapon

30 April 2019

Never mind trade or soccer wars: politicians are now using passports as an offensive weapon. Days after the election of…

Citizenship, Statelessness and the Returning “ISIS Brides”

04 March 2019

Guest blog by Craig Barker. Citizenship is an increasingly contested concept in today’s diverse world. For some, it is possible…