UNDP is organizing the “Green session: SDGs interaction and connections in the city framework” that will take place on the 26th of November 2020, from 15:45 to 17:15 (CET).
With the participation of representatives of national governments (Cuba), as well as local and regional governments (Paraná in Brazil and City of Madrid in Spain), the University Catholic of Lisbon-CESOP and UNDP Guinea-Bissau Country Office, the session will look at how SDGs are being integrated into public policy to foster a new social contract. The main goal is to discuss innovative actions to bring territorial stakeholders on board and make SDG actions visible to others.
Please find attached the concept note of the Green Session in the attached PDF.
This event is part of the Venice City Solutions 2030, which will take place from the 26 to the 27 of November 2020. It is being organized by AICCRE in collaboration with UNDP, UNCDF, UN SDG Action Campaign, UN-Habitat, UCLG, and Platforma. This edition will offer local governments tools to use the SDGs as a framework to better analyze what happens in the city, as well as to look at how the different SDGs interact, who the involved stakeholders are, and how to use data to elaborate better policies for a more efficient delivery towards the year 2030.