Our vision is a “World in Balance.” We are a network of more than 200 organisations and community groups dedicated to the Global Marshall Plan initiative.
We create awareness of the countless problems facing our planet and actively work towards a global eco-social market economy, a world economy in which the economy is in harmony with culture, civil society and nature.


The Goi Peace Foundation invites young people all around the globe to enter the 2016 International Essay Contest. This year’s theme is:

“Education to build a better future for all.”

For a long time people in the finance sector and lobbyists have neglected climate change, in order to keep profiting. Many businesses either extracted natural resources; harmed the environment or both, without being held responsible. Now, that the world is in a devastating state, Forbes one of the biggest American business magazines has surprisingly recognized that capitalism, as practiced today, will starve humanity by 2050.
During the network meeting of the Global Marshall Plan Initiative initiators, longtime allies and interested people came together to work together towards a world in balance.
This article by author Heiner Beking, who is a member of the Global Marshall Plan Initiative, is about ways to outline and represent the SDG goals and ways to communicate and achieve them.
Everybody uses smartphones. But only few know how they are produced. To take action against exploitation, child work and slavery, two companies try to produce sustainable and socially acceptable smartphones.
The short documentary series “Sweatshop - dead cheap fashion” is about three young fashion blogger from Norway who travelled to Cambodia on behalf of the newspaper “Aftenposten” to take a closer look at how their clothes are made.
UN SDG Global Marshall Plan Foundation
Keep yourself updated about the 17 global Sustainable Development Goals with these articles.
Guidlines Conference Day Global Marshall Plan Foundation
The information materials for the Global Marshall Plan Conference Days are finally available in English and a first English conference is planned for London next March.