UN General Assembly discusses multi-stakeholder approaches
Several multi-actor approaches will be presented and discussed at the UN General Assembly, which is taking place virtually this year. In addition to the effects they have on sustainable development, the contributions of multi-actor approaches in the fight against Covid-19 will also be discussed.
For example, the Kenyan government and the United Nations report on a partnership approach to contain the nationwide spread of Covid-19: On September 25, from 3-5 pm (EST), the event “UNGA: Beyond Covid-19 Public Private Partnerships for the SDGs as a Model for Building Back Better” will take place. It will focus on best practices in the field of public-private partnerships.
In addition to speakers from the field of politics, science and business, the President of the Republic of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, and the Deputy UN Secretary General, Amina J. Mohammed, will be guests of honor.
The link for registration and further information about the event can be found here.
Further events with focus on multi-actor partnerships (EST / GMT-5):
Tuesday, 22 September, 8 – 9 pm: World Economic Forum Sustainable Impact Development Summit Affiliated Session: Equity Reimagined: How Multi-Sector Partnerships Create Impact
Wednesday, September 23, 2 – 3 pm: World Economic Forum Sustainable Development Impact Summit 2020 Affiliated Session – Multilateralism Reimagined: Towards a UN and Multilateral System that is more Democratic, Rules-Based and Inclusive
Thursday, September 24, 09 – 09:45 am: Alliances for Impact: Unconventional Partnerships