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Jul/20 12:00 - Jul/20 13:00

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Join us for an engaging and thought-provoking discussion on the ‘Summit of the Future and shaping Our Common Agenda’, with Michelle Griffin, Director of Policy Planning in the Office of the UN Secretary-General. 


Thursday, July 20, 2023 - 12:00 to 13:00

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To learn more  about:

  • What is Our Common Agenda`s contribution to accelerating progress on the 2030 Agenda and 17 SDGs?
  • What`s the role of the OCA in connecting the SDG Summit and the Summit of the Future?
  • How can the OCA help secure the legacy of aspirations of the SDGs beyond 2030

This event is held by the Knowledge and Learning Commons, UN Geneva in collaboration with SDG Lab. Taking a seat to discuss the intersection of the 2030 Agenda, multilateralism, and long-term sustainability. 

In this event, Michelle will provide insights into “Our Common Agenda” (OCA) report, a documentation written by the UN Secretary -General in response to the urgent need for greater solidarity and trust at all levels. She will address how this report calls for changes in our global approach to address the challenges faced by Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the broader international community. Gain a comprehensive understanding of the proposed tracks and policy briefs that will form the foundation of the ‘Summit of the Future’ taking place in September 2024. These tracks include future generations, global shocks, meaningful youth engagement, the global economy beyond GDP, international financial architecture, digitalization and technology, outer space exploration, a new agenda for peace, education as a global public good, and advancing the UN into the future.

Further exploring what success looks like for the Summit of the Future and the legacy it aims to leave behind. The importance of trust, solidarity, and collective action, as well as the role of individuals and Member States in driving meaningful change. Join the discussion as we embark on a collective journey to shape a better future, where the interests of present and future generations are prioritized, and global governance works for the benefit of all. We will explore the critical issues of our time and envision a pathway towards a more sustainable and equitable future.

Together, let’s pave the way to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through fostering collaboration and multilateralism.