Civil Society and Global Sustainable Development Report - GSDR.
Thursday, 9 July 2020
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Virtual (New York time)

Side Event

Together 2030, Sightsavers, World Vision, Save Matabeleland, Zimbabwe, Philippine Social Enterprise Network’s (PhilSEN), Justice, Development and Peace Commission of the Catholic Diocese of Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria - JDPC.

Since its publication in 2019, the Global Sustainable Development Report has become a benchmark of reference at any debate linked to the 2030 Agenda implementation. Without any doubt, the GSDR is one of the essential tools we have to promote the SDGs and inform social policies design and actions. In the framework set by the COVID 19 pandemics, the report is even more critical to help us explore synergies and activities contributing to building back better.

In this HLPF Side-Event, Together 2030 has invited a group of specialists to debate on how the civil society could approach and draw on the GSDR main elements to reinforce its capabilities and actions towards SDGs implementation.

  • Dana Buzducea (International Leader for Advocacy and External Engagement, World Vision)
  • John Romano (Coordinator, TAP Network)
  • Daniel Perrell (Representative to the United Nations, Baha'i International Community)
  • David Smith (Member of the Independent Group of Scientists. Co- author of the GSDR)

  • Philipp Schönrock (Director, Cepei)

  • United Nations