hard to see if france 5th sdg year is helping practically anywhere with entrepreneurial revolution? why is it that geneva HQ UNITAR seems SO DISCONNECTED FROM SATCOM ITU< UNCTAD, WHO/RED CRESCENT, SCHWAB IR4- not where we needed to be in 37rth year of the economist's 2025 report
OPENING OF THE SDG LEARNING AND TRAINING: LEARNING AND TRAINING FOR SDG IMPLEMENTATION IN THE COVID-19 ERA
Theme: Learning and Training for SDG implementation in the COVID-19 era
Organizers: UNDESA and UNITAR
Key Note Speaker: Professor Fernando Reimers, Harvard University
Welcome remarks by: ASG Mr. Nikhil Seth, Executive Director UNITAR and ASG Ms. Maria Spatolisano (TBC)From Helena Lindemark to Everyone: 10:13 AM
Hi all from Stockholm, Sweden. Thank you all panelists for excellent presentations. Here is our proposal (developed BEFORE the pandemic) from the 2022 Initiative Foundation to how we can speed up implementation, increase engagement and facilitate the understanding of what the SDGs are about: https://media.2022initiative.org/2019/12/2022_Initiative_flyer_Dec-2019.pdf
From prince Goodluck Obi to Everyone: 10:16 AM
HRM EZE DR Goodluck Obi ---From Nigeria! Hello everyone Nice presentation from Ms Vilileke Jensen
From Mahamat Silim to Everyone: 10:19 AM
Hi all, Mahamat Silim from Chad. UNA-Chad
From Javier Saenz Core to Everyone: 10:21 AM
If we want to improve human development, publications on development must be in the mother tongues. Not an executive summary but the full text. Language is being a barrier to knowledge for development
From Assumptha parthesarathy to Everyone: 10:21 AM
In India this out of school situation magnifies the learning inequalities among the Dalits particularly dalit women. Learining is lost challenging the progress made so far in this communities.How could we engage in reducing the learning gaps among the marginalised communities other than e resources as they are not access to smart phone or devices.
From Dr. Divya Singhal, India to Everyone: 10:23 AM
rightly said Assumptha… these trying times have made inequality more visible...
From Mónica Tátá to Everyone: 10:23 AM
the inequalities can be addressed by ways of embracing diversity and inclusion
From Admin to Everyone: 10:23 AM
Thank you professor Pauline Rose for your excellent speech
From Dr. Joel to Everyone: 10:24 AM
Thank you professor Rose for your inspiring and incredible presentation.
From Sanjeeta Dhaka to Everyone: 10:24 AM
I do agree Mr Assumptha parthesarathy, but together we can make it happen
From prince Goodluck Obi to Everyone: 10:25 AM
GOOD moderation from Lotta Tahtinen
From Dr. Divya Singhal, India to Everyone: 10:25 AM
Agreed Monica... but sometimes you need policy level interventions too... individual efforts and important but right kind of policies and implementation can advance inclusive growth agenda
From Mark Meaney to Everyone: 10:26 AM
My dear Friends and Colleagues, I would encourage you to register for UNITAR's Online Certificate Program, "Toward a Global Ethics for Achieving the SDGs." It perfectly exemplifies Fernando's approach. We have registrants from over thirty countries: https://www.unsdglearn.org/courses/toward-a-global-ethics-in-achieving-the-sdgs/#:~:text=About%20this%20course,skills%20necessary%20for%20SDG%20Leadership.
From purnima to Everyone: 10:26 AM
Totally agree with Ms. Madeleine Zuniga! In India situation is same! Thanks for pointing out about female teachers issues. Even connectivity not only in rural area but in urban area is huge problem
From Javier Saenz Core to Everyone: 10:27 AM
Key information about human development is not reaching citizens, especially those living in vulnerable conditions. Organizations working for human development must make an effort to translate key texts, in full format.
From Sanjeeta Dhaka to Everyone: 10:29 AM
Thanks Mr. MarkMeaney for sharing this important information with us. Sure we will apply for it.
From Assumptha parthesarathy to Everyone: 10:29 AM
children are not vote banks ,so issues related to children specially are not covered adequately in policy intervention and budget allocation.Also marginalised organisation are very much engaged in immediate issues such as atrocities and violence that are essential and increasing ,the issue of education is less discusses as the priorities not so much for learning
From prince Goodluck Obi to Everyone: 10:29 AM
Absolutely right on my own rating Ms Madelene Zuniga
From Mark Meaney to Everyone: 10:29 AM
Thank you so much for your kind consideration, Sanjeeta!
From Javier Saenz Core to Everyone: 10:30 AM
Many relevant texts, with strong scientific evidence on human development, are expensive and, in another language, are inaccessible to communities.
From Mahamat Silim to Everyone: 10:30 AM
Chadian women in the conflict cities are facing problems of raising their child, while they do not have any activity that will bring income and take in charge to feed their families, also with this pandemic the situation is become worth than before. so the help of other partner are very importent.
From Joan Kerr to Everyone: 10:30 AM
Having ecology at the centre of an education system is better than having labour at its core
From Dr. Divya Singhal, India to Everyone: 10:31 AM
Yes.. Prof. Zuniga... climate change, inclusive growth should be part of our education... we need to re-work on our curriculum...
I also believe that we need to have a curriculum that promotes social and emotional learning...Compassion is key
From Kim Smith to Everyone: 10:31 AM
I am looking forward to the launch of UNESCO's new ESD for 2030 framework, with a whole decade focused on how education can be reoriented toward helping achieve the SDGs.
From Online Filipino Youth Action Summit to Everyone: 10:32 AM
syria tasnim reported sense from grassroots - rest seemed very remote from grounded practice
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