Inclusive Systemic Thinking – Beyond Essentialism

1. Nathalia Munoz Ballesteros (Young Emerging Evaluator), 2. Monica Gagliano (Biological Intelligence /Associate Professor, Australia), 3. Lucy Ntongai (ActionAid Kenya), 4. Ellen Lewis (moderator- Ethos of Engagement Consulting), 5. Anne Stephens (moderator- Ethos of Engagement Consulting)

There is a recognized need for effective inclusion of all, human and non-human, to design, implement and evaluate intersections for multiple objectives. In this panel session, we will discuss ways and means to give a more holistic voice to people, nature and sentient beings in such a way that stereotypes are not reinforced and new ways of facilitating change can emerge.

TAGS: Gender, Inclusiveness, Systems Change

5. Gender Equality 10. Reduced Inequality 16. Peace and Justice Strong Institutions

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Economia Inclusiva: Garantindo Oportunidades para Todos, com Geração de Renda, Acesso e Inclusão Social

1. Caroline Carpenedo (Gerdau), 2. Marcelo Cardoso (Instituto Integral Brasil), 3. David de Aquino Filho, 4. Sergio Serapião (Labora), 5. Fernanda Zemel (Labora)

Catalyst 2030 Brasil é uma coalizão global que busca criar ambiente e condições de acelerar a implantação dos Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (ODS) da ONU. Entre os 17 ODS que devem ser alcançados até 2030, estão acabar com a pobreza, com a fome, e assegurar vida saudável e um planeta sustentável para todos. Falaremos sobre “Economia Inclusiva: garantindo oportunidades para todos, com geração de renda, acesso e inclusão social”, tendo em vista o trabalho como protagonista na geração de inclusão social, bem estar, saúde e renda para todos, e a importância da inclusão das diversidades nas empresas.

TAGS: Chapter BRAZIL, Portuguese, Inclusiveness

1. No Poverty 4. Quality Education 8. Decent Work and Economic Growth

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Women who feed the world

1. Cherrie Atilano (GrowHer & AGREA), 2. Mark Brand (A Better Life Foundation), 3. Teresa Corcao (Instituto Maniva), 4. Nicola Gryczka (Social Gastronomy Movement), 5. Charles Michel (Activist and Food Educator), 6. Rosemary Okello-Orlale (Strathmore University Business), 7. Sarah Roversi (Moderator, Future Food Institute)

The global population is sustained by SME farms in the global south, which are predominantly kept by women. Thereby, there is no food security without women’s empowerment. This panel will bring together practitioners who work at the intersections of food, economic empowerment, technology, and gender to build resilient and equitable food systems.

TAGS: Food Security IBG, Inclusiveness, Gender

2. Zero Hunger 5. Gender Equality 10. Reduced Inequality

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Unguarded “Nobody escapes from love”

1. Valdeci Antonio Ferreira (FBAC), 2. Simonetta d’Italia Wiener (Camino Productions), 3. Denio Marx Menezes (APAC), 4. Luis Carlos Resende Santos, 5. Gisela Solymos CREN

This panel will provide the experience and information about the Association for the Protection and Assistance of Convicts (APAC) prison system that was founded by Dr. Mario Ottoboni and its method. APAC is centered on the full recovery, rehabilitation of the person and reparation made to the victim.

TAGS: Inclusiveness, Crime rehabilitation

4. Quality Education 16. Peace and Justice Strong Institutions 17. Partnerships for the Goals

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