Past events

2020 UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum

15 Apr

9:00 am - 4:30 pm

Event Details

On 15 and 16 April 2020, the UN Association of Australia (UNAA) will bring together UN agencies and Australian organisations and individuals across business, civil society, academia and government who are leading in building and supporting sustainable partnerships to progress the achievement of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

This outcome-oriented event is being delivered in partnership with the University of Melbourne; PwC Australia; Monash University; Melbourne Water and RMIT University & UN Global Compact – Cities Programme.

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Forum Highlights

  • Plenary addresses by Greg Vines, Deputy Director-General, International Labour Organisation (ILO); Louise Aubin, UNHCR Regional Representative; Professor Margaret Gardner AO, Monash University Vice-Chancellor and Professor Andrew Crane, University of Melbourne Visiting Gourlay Fellow.
  • Showcase of Australian SDGs initiatives and programs
  • Active Partnership workshops across such SDG themes as Sustainable Cities and Communities; Future of Work; Sustainable Finance and Responsible Investment; Emerging technologies for the SDGs; Climate Action; Good Health and Well-Being; Gender Equality; Global People Flows; Responsible Consumption and Production and Beyond Reconciliation Action Plans.

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