Global and regional challenges encompass a range of complex issues that impact governance, development, and sustainability on a worldwide scale. These challenges involve addressing critical issues such as access to information, democracy, gender equality, misinformation, climate change, biodiversity, and more. These challenges are transnational in nature and transinstitutional in solution, meaning they cannot be addressed by any government or institution acting alone.

Regional cooperation can be a useful tool in addressing regional and global challenges, and regional solutions can also be effective in addressing global challenges, particularly in the context of climate change or even solving security problems over the world.  Regional organizations play a significant role in tackling these challenges by offering additional resources for global ends, promoting innovation, and specialization. However, they also pose risks of fragmentation, competition that undermines global norms, and neglect of important global policy aims

Global and regional challenges require collaborative efforts, innovative solutions, and coordinated actions at both global and regional levels to overcome obstacles, promote sustainable development, and ensure a better future for all.

Aim of the conference

The purpose of this conference is to gather scientists from various regions of the world, who would present their research/approach and vision to the processes currently taking place and their impact on global and regional development. This should allow us better see the overall picture of the world and assess the situation more objectively. This will undoubtedly lead to new ideas and suggestions for further research and joint projects.


The conference will be held at Mykolas Romeris University

I-414 and online (via Microsoft Teams)


Previous conferences:

VI International Conference on Global and Regional Challenges 2023

V International Conference on Global and Regional Challenges 2023