The world faces a daunting set of interconnected challenges. Leaders are realizing that innovative thinking and cross-sector collaboration are needed to respond to shocks across health, the economy, and the environment and build a resilient society in which individuals can thrive.
CAPRI is a nongovernmental, nonpartisan, international organization founded in 2022 to enhance global resilience and promote innovative governance by drawing on the experience of the Asia-Pacific region through comparative public policy research.
CAPRI’s values of independence, integrity, and inclusivity guide its work on meeting challenges to resilience at the intersection of health, innovation, environmental sustainability, and the economy in the Asia Pacific, particularly in the high-income societies.
Read CAPRI’s inaugural Annual Report, a comprehensive overview of our journey and achievements since our inception.
Syaru Shirley Lin,
Chair, Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation
Chair of the International Advisory Council, Center for Asia-Pacific Resilience and Innovation
CAPRI seeks to promote innovative public policy, improve governance, and build resilient societies in the Asia Pacific and beyond.
CAPRI undertakes objective policy research on best practices in policy and governance, drawing on both its own staff and a global network of nonresident fellows.
CAPRI convenes policymakers, scholars, and industry leaders in global and regional forums to discuss both policy challenges and their most promising solutions.
We conduct rigorous research on current challenges in Public Health, Economy, Innovation, and Sustainable Development, and develop solutions for future governance challenges facing the Asia Pacific and the world.
CAPRI collaborates with leading international policy institutions and global initiatives to advance its research and engagement.