Transforming Economies: Infrastructure for Next Economies and the Social Entrepreneur Opportunity

1. Christian Lambert Nguena (Next Economies Infrastructure), 2. Fredrik Galtung (True Footprint), 3. Ned Daly (The Global Seafood Transformation Collaborative), 4. Neelam Chhiber (Industree Foundationn), 5. Ramses Gomez (Sistema B), 6. Steve Waddell (Next Economies Infrastructure)

This session will present and solicit participants’ examples of processes, products, services and organization of values-based next economies. Collectively, they present an exciting and innovative approach to transforming economies. Please join in! Sponsored by Working Group 11 and Bounce Beyond.

TAGS: Next Economies

8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 12. Responsible Consumption and Production 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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SDG 16: PEACE JUSTICE AND STRONG INSTITUTIONS: A vision of conflict, circles and justice for the 21st Century

1. Eva Marszewski (Peacebuilders International), 2. Barry Stuart (Former Chief Judge, Yukon)

From writing the constitution of Papua New Guinea to sitting as the Chief Justice of the Territorial Court of Canada’s Yukon, from criminal justice to restorative and community justice, our urgent challenges call for a better way!

TAGS: Justice IBG

15. Life on Land 16. Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

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The Power of Learning by Doing

1. Ann Mei Chang (Lean Impact), 2. Dan Berelowitz (Spring Impact), 3. Maryana Iskander (Harambee Youth Employment Accelerator), 4. Valeria Duflot (Overtourism Solution)

Often in the social sector we spend too much time planning and by the time our ideas reach the real world, external conditions may have changed, so we fall short of the impact we imagined. In order to achieve the SDGs, we will share how to set an audacious goal and quickly move into action, run small targeted experiments in the real world, build tight feedback loops with the right data for decision making, and create the psychological safety that supports your team to take smart risks.

TAGS: Education,Learning

8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 11. Sustainable Cities and Communities 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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Seguridad Alimentaria en Latinoamérica: Alimentación Sostenible, Inclusiva y de Impacto en la Región

1. Luis Camargo (Opepa), 2. Mauro Colagreco (Chef), 3. Sumito Estevéz (Chef), 4. Juan Gerardi (Bioconexion), 5. Alejandro Marius (Trabajo y Persona)

Sesión en la que presentaremos la visión sistémica de cadena alimentaria en América Latina, desde la semilla hasta el consumo, que es precisamente uno de los grandes proyectos que el capítulo regional de Catalyst 2030 en Latinoamérica está diseñando.

TAGS: Chapter LATAM, Spanish

2. Zero Hunger 3. Good Health and Well-being 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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Como empresas podem contribuir no desenvolvimento social e gerar valor para as organizações sócio ambientais: o caso da parceria White Martins e Instituto Dara

1. Vera Cordeiro (Instituto Dara), 2. Cristina Fernandes (White Martins), 3. Rodrigo Pipponzi (Editora Mol), 4. Mirella Domenich (Instituto Dara), 6. Francine Lemos (Sistema B)

O tema desta sessão será sobre o comprometimento das empresas no tema responsabilidade social, apresentando um caso de sucesso no Brasil: a parceria da White Martins com o Instituto Dara, há mais de 18 anos. O encontro visa aprofundar oportunidades e desafios da relação entre as empresas e as organizações, levando em consideração os aspectos sociais, ambientais e de governança (ESG).

TAGS: Awards Finalist

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Gender & Responsible Production

1. Neelam Chhiber (Industree), 2. Rebecca van Bergen (FounderNEST), 3. Deval Sanghvi (Dasra), 4. Ann-Sofie Gunnarsson (IKEA)

How are brands and those that work within the ecosystem responding to the demand and the reckoning that a truly sustainable lifestyle is bringing? This session will bring together those representing the consumer, producers, brands and investment financing to imagine a new pathway.

TAGS: Responsible Consumption IBG

1. No Poverty 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth 9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

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Innovation and Partnership: Norad redefining what it means to be a bilateral agency

1. Matthew Bishop, 2. Elena Bonometti (Tostan), 3. Bård Vegar Solhjell (Norad)

In this moderated session the Director of Norad, Bård Vegar Solhjell, will discuss the 5 strategic priorities of Norad and how through investment, innovation and partnerships Norad is forging a new path for bilateral agencies based on the urgency of the SDGs. Elena Bonometti will further share her experiences as a social entrepreneur partnering with Norad. Participants to the session will have the chance to ask questions and feedback during the question and answer time.

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Leveraging social procurement to create change

1. Gerry Higgins (SEWF), 2. Alexandra Tarmo (Unilever), 3. Alexandra van der Ploeg (SAP), 4. Dan Viederman (moderator)

The buying power of global organisations, multinational corporations, governments and public sector agencies cannot be underestimated. If procurement choices were based on socio-economic and environmental factors, targeting local partners and social entrepreneurs, we would be able to accelerate the achievement of the SDGs. SAP has been working with its clients to support the diversification of procurement practices. Hear from SAP and partners Unilever and the Social Enterprise World Forum to learn about why organisations are making this move and what social enterprises and diverse-led SMEs need to do to be successful in tender processes.

TAGS: Corporates, Business

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Start with a shared vocabulary – The foundation for systems change in education

1. Anushri Alva (CEO, Adhyayan Quality Education Foundation), 2. Devansh Yadav (District Collector Changlang AP), 3. Priya Agrawal (Founder Antarang), 4. Sneha Phalle (Senior Programs Manager, Adhyayan), 5. Mamta Naik (HM GHS Ozari Goa), 6. Bishubha (Parent)

Through this session, stakeholders from the government, NGO and parent communities will share their stories of how building a common language for school quality enabled them to bring about systemic change in their education ecosystems. 5 strategies for building this common vocabularly will be shared.

TAGS: Early Childhood

4. Quality Education 10. Reduced Inequality 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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Education – What Specificially Have We Learned During Covid-19 Policy Implications

1. Kavita Anand (Adhyayan Quality Education Foundation),
2. Gayatri Nair Lobo (COO ATE Chandra Foundation), 3. Tom Power (Senior Lecturer in Teacher Education and International Development, Open University UK), 4. Claire Hedges (Senior Program Manager – English in Action Open University UK)

With education facing major disruptions globally, come listen to global academic findings shared by Claire and Tom of Open University as well as learning from a donor in India, Gayatri Nair Lobo, as they delve into what opportunities are emerging in the space of education.

TAGS: Education IBG

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