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World Leaders Pledge to Save the Planet at Global Citizen

$100B Climate Pledge, $6B for Famine Relief, and Vaccine Justice at Global Citizen Live!

Official partner of Global Citizen through a joint program Elevating Agricultural Adaptation the BKMC attended Global Citizen Live in Paris. The 24-hour broadcasted festival spanning seven continents and bringing together over 70 artists, activists, and leaders raised more than US$1.1B, 157M trees, and over 60M COVID-19 vaccines.

While calling for leaders to make financial and political commitments to agricultural adaptation, the BKMC calls to direct such resources to CGIAR. At Global Citizen Live, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen announced a €140 million pledge while Mark Rutte, Prime Minister of the Netherlands, announced a €75 million pledge, and Meryame Kitir, Belgian Minister of Development Cooperation and Major Cities Policy, announced a €6 million pledge to CGIAR.

The BKMC is strongly advocating for more attention to the most vulnerable in the world, supporting smallholder farmers and climate change adaptation. Thanks to all joint efforts, several world leaders made pledges to commit to vaccine distribution, fighting hunger, education for all as well as battling the impacts of climate change.

Under the leadership of Co-chair Ban Ki-moon, the BKMC thanks Ursula Von Der Leyen, President of the European Commission, Prime Minister Mark Rutte of Netherlands, Minister of International Development Dag Inge Ulstein of Norway and Meryame Kitir Minister of Development Cooperation of Belgium and so many more for their commitments to the most vulnerable in our world.

Check out Global Citizen’s impact report here to find out about the details. 

     

Virtual Ceremony – Women’s Empowerment Programme Latin America

On September 23, 2021, the virtual ceremony of the Women’s Empowerment Programme (WEP) Latin America gave occasion to celebrate the achievements of our 20 Global Citizen Fellows of the WEP Latin America. The organizers and the remarkable young women leaders came together to showcase the 20 SDG Micro-Projects that will be implemented between October 2021 and March 2022. During the 10-week leadership training from July to September 2021, the GC Fellows strengthened their skills to become changemakers for the SDGs. For the first time, the WEP was rolled out in the virtual space and still managed to connect a motivated cohort of young Brasilian, Bolivian, Honduran, Salvadoran and Peruvian women leaders on a professional and personal level.

The virtual ceremony shed light on the innovative SDG Micro-Projects that were incubated during the leadership training. As a special highlight, each of the participants received a unique illustration of their SDG Micro-Project, designed by the artist Kat J. Weiss. The four most compelling SDG Micro-Project video pitches were streamed during the event, demonstrating the immense potential that lies within to act as global citizens. Check out the illustrations at our online exhibition below: 

  Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens (BKMC) Co-chair Ban Ki-moon, BKMC CEO Monika Froehler, Deputy Head of the Diplomatic Academy Susanne Keppler Schlesinger and United Nations on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Programme Officer Lulua Assad gave congratulatory remarks. BKMC Programme Officer Viola Christian introduced the audience to the unique WEP experience.  We now look forward to accompanying the Global Citizen Fellows during the implementation of their SDG Micro-Projects, which will heavily focus on SDG5 Gender Equality and SDG4 Quality Education. Congratulations to all GC Fellows 2021! Watch below the graphic recording of the Education for Justice Action Plan (by Lana Lauren).

Eröffnung des ersten “SDG Dialogforum Österreich: Building forward mit der Agenda 2030”

Am 28. September 2021 wurde das allererste “SDG Dialogforum Österreich: Building forward mit der Agenda 2030” als hybrides Format im Naturhistorischen Museum Wien eröffnet.

Das Forum war das Ergebnis monatelanger Vorbereitungen und engagierter Zusammenarbeit zwischen den Kooperationspartnern: der Republik Österreich, Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens, SDG Watch Austria, und des Naturhistorischen Museum Wiens.

Als neues und innovatives Format bildet das SDG Dialogforum eine Grundlage für Partnerschaften zwischen Politik, Verwaltung, Zivilgesellschaft, Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft, ganz im Sinne von SDG 17 – Partnerschaften zur Erreichung der Ziele, in Österreich. 

Das Forum wurde von Karoline Edtstadler, Bundesministerin für EU und Verfassung eröffnet, und Begrüßungsworten von Margarete Schramböck, Bundesministerin für Digitalisierung und Wirtschaftsstandort, Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal, Generalsekretär im Bundesministerium für europäische und internationale Angelegenheiten, Ban Ki-moon, 8. UN-Generalsekretär und Co-chair des Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens, Katrin Vohland, Generaldirektorin und wissenschaftliche Geschäftsführerin des Naturhistorischen Museum Wiens, und Thomas Alge, Geschäftsführer Ökobüro/ Steuerungsgruppe SDG Watch Austria beigetragen. Moderiert wurde die Veranstaltung von Ban Ki-moon Centre (BKMC) CEO Monika Froehler.

 
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„Der Schwung, der mit der Präsentation von Österreichs ersten Freiwilligen Nationalen Bericht zur Umsetzung der Nachhaltigen Entwicklungsziele SDGs gekommen ist, den gilt es jetzt aufrechtzuerhalten. Daher ist die heutige Veranstaltung ein weiterer Meilenstein auf unseren Weg bis 2030.“ – Bundesministerin für EU und Verfassung im Bundeskanzleramt Karoline Edtstadler

     
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Ich freue mich, dass Österreich in diesem Forum zusammenkommt, um darüber nachzudenken, wie sich COVID-19 auf die Fortschritte des Landes bei den SDGs ausgewirkt hat, und um Prioritäten für die Zukunft zu setzen.“ – 8th UN Secretary-General and Co-chair of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens Ban Ki-moon

 

Mit einem besonderen Schwerpunkt auf entsprechende Innovationen in den Themenbereichen:

  • Digitalisierung
  • Klimaschutz und Klimawandelanpassung
  • Frauen, Jugend und „Leaving no one behind“
  • Österreich im globalen Kontext

wurden Ideen, Lösungen und konkrete Fragen gesammelt von eingeladenen Teilnehmer aus der Zivilgesellschaft, den Bundesministerien, dem Parlament, der Wissenschaft und der Wirtschaft, zu den Hauptthemen des Freiwilligen Nationalen Umsetzungsberichts (FNU), welchen Österreich im Juli 2019 den Vereinten Nationen präsentierte.

In der Berichterstattung der Innovationspools wurden zwei konkrete Fragen an die Mitglieder der österreichischen Bundesregierung sowie ExpertInnen und Experten in der „Club 2“-Diskussionsrunde gestellt. Danach folgte die kulturelle Intervention, wo sich der Künstler, Filmemacher und Umweltaktivist Edgar Honetschläger Gedanken zu Klimaschutz und Klimaanpassung machte. 


Die Club 2-Diskussion fand statt mit Karoline Edtstadler, Bundesministerin für EU und Verfassung, Leonore Gewessler, Bundesministerin für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie, Wolfgang Mückstein, Bundesminister für Soziales, Gesundheit, Pflege und Konsumentenschutz, Antonella Mei-Pochtler, Sonderbeauftragte des österreichischen Bundeskanzlers und Leiterin von ThinkAustria, der Stabstelle für Strategie, Analyse und Planung im Bundeskanzleramt, und Nicola Brandt, Leiterin des OECD Berlin Centre. Moderiert wurde die Club 2-Diskussion von PULS 4-Infodirektorin Corinna Milborn.

 
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„Wir müssen einen Dialog auf Augenhöhe etablieren, uns intensiv auf allen Ebenen damit auseinandersetzen, um eine Balance zu finden, wie man Forderungen besser ausgleichen kann.“ – Bundesministerin für EU und Verfassung im Bundeskanzleramt Karoline Edtstadler

     
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„Unsere Aufgabe als Politik ist es, die größte Transformation im Klimaschutz zu gestalten, vor der wir jemals gestanden sind…. Der Klimaschutz wird ein riesiger Digitalisierungsschub.” –  Bundesministerin für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie Leonore Gewessler 

     
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„Es ist die Aufgabe des Ministeriums für Menschen die Möglichkeiten zu schaffen, um gute Entscheidungen zu treffen, z.B. über ein verbessertes Herkunftslabel.“ – Bundesminister für Soziales, Gesundheit, Pflege und Konsumentenschutz Wolfgang Mückstein

     
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„Es ist ein Bewusstsein entstanden, dass man Krisen nur global lösen kann. Es muss mehr Bemühungen geben, den Impfstoff in alle Länder zu bringen, und insbesondere gefährdete Personen zu immunisieren.” – Leiterin des OECD Berlin Centre Nicola Brandt

     

Abschließend, wurden Schlussworte von UNODC Exekutiv Direktorin, Generaldirektorin UN-Office in Wien Ghada Waly und von BKMC CEO Monika Froehler geteilt:  

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„Ich bin Österreich, unserem Gastland, dankbar für das starke Engagement für die SDGs. Die UNO in Wien wird mit Ihnen allen für einen inklusiven, vernetzten Multilateralismus arbeiten, um eine gerechtere, nachhaltigere Zukunft aufzubauen.“ – UNODC Exekutiv Direktorin, Generaldirektorin UN-Office in Wien Ghada Waly

 

 

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„… Wir haben einen Planeten A. Wir haben keinen Planeten B. Wir haben einen Plan A und das sind die SDGs.“- CEO des Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens Monika Froehler

       

Insgesamt konnte das Forum über 548 Teilnehmer (live und virtuell) begrüßen, und erreichte zusätzlich über 20.000 Zuseher durch diverse Streamings.

Das BKMC bedankt sich bei allen Kooperationspartner für ihren unermüdlichen Einsatz für den Erfolg des ersten SDG Dialogforums Österreich. Unser Dank geht auch an das Naturhistorische Museum Wien für die Ausrichtung des Forums.

Wir hoffen, dass das SDG Dialogforum Österreich nur das erste von vielen ist.

Um den Zugang zu dieser Veranstaltung inklusiv zu gestalten, wurde eine Interpretation von GebärdendolmetscherInnen und grafische Aufzeichnungen angeboten.

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SDG Dialogforum Österreich


On 28 September 2021, the first-ever “SDG Dialogforum Österreich” took place in a hybrid format at the Natural History Museum of Vienna. The forum was the result of months of dedicated preparation and collaboration by the co-organizersthe BKMC, the Austrian Government, SDG Watch Austriaand the Natural History Museum of Vienna.  

To curate ideas, solutions, and concrete questions for decision-makers, the forum began with four separate breakout sessions or so-called “Innovation Pools” on the main themes of Austria’s Voluntary National Review (VNR), which was presented to the United Nations in July 2019: 

  • Digitalization 
  • Climate mitigation and adaptation 
  • Women, Youth and Leaving no one behind 
  • Austria in a global context

Following the closed session, the forum had an official opening segment, featuring speeches and video statements from Karoline Edtstadler, Federal Minister for EU and Consitution, Margarete Schramböck, Federal Minister for Digitalization and Economic Affair, Peter Launsky Tieffenthal, General Secretary at the Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs, and Ban Ki-moon,  8. UN-Secretary-General und Co-chair of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens, Katrin Vohland,  Scientific Director of the Natural History Museum Vienna, und Thomas Alge, Director of Ökobüro/ Steuerungsgruppe SDG Watch Austria. BKMC Monika Froehler moderated the event. 

After the opening, rapporteurs, pre-selected speakers on behalf of each of the four Innovation Pools, shared the outcomes of their discussions. In addition, they shared questions for the high-level decision makers gathered. 

With the close of the reporting, a cultural invention was presented featuring a video prepared by the artist and film-marker Edgar Honetschläger. 

Following the cultural intervention, the Club 2 discussion took place, featuring Karoline Edtstadler, Federal Minister for EU and Consitution, Leonore Gewessler, Federal Minister of Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology, Wolfgang Mückstein, Federal Minister for Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection, Antonella Mei-Pochtler, Special Advisor to the Austrian Chancellor and Head of ThinkAustria, und Nicola Brandt, Head of OECD Berlin Centre. It was moderated by PULS 4-Information Director Corinna Milborn. 

The ministers and high-level representatives addressed the questions posed by the Innovation Pools and reflected on Austria’s efforts to implement Agenda 2030 to date. After the Club 2, a concluding statement was shared from Ghada WalyDirector-General, UN Office at Vienna and Executive Director, UN Office on Drugs and Crime. 

Overall, the event saw over 548 participants (live and virtual) and additionally reached over 20.000 through various streaming. 

The BKMC thanks all co-organizers for their tireless efforts to make the first Dialogforum Austria such a success. Additionally, we are grateful to the Natural History Museum of Vienna for hosting the forum. 

We hope this is only the first of many to come. 

Watch the full recording in German HERE.

Coldplay Supports the Ban Ki-moon Centre’s Call for Climate Action

Coldplay’s call to action echoed the urging of Indonesian climate advocates, who co-signed a letter to President Joko Widodo, widely known throughout the country as Jokowi, to reaffirm Indonesia’s commitments to protecting rainforests from deforestation, investing in renewable energy, and achieving net zero emissions by 2050.

The Ban Ki-moon Centre is an official partner of Global Citizen through a joint program Elevating Agricultural Adaptation and will be attending Global Citizen Live in Paris, where we will see a massive call to action, spanning seven continents and bringing together over 70 artists, activists, and leaders in our push for an equitable end to the COVID-19 pandemic, relief for the hunger crisis, protecting the environment, and more. 

Join us to advocate for the climate resilience of smallholder farmers around the world by championing them and calling on world leaders to strengthen food security. Check out this link for actions you can take! 

Watch the livestream here:

Co-chair Ban Ki-moon Visits Vienna

On September 7 – 9, 2021 – Vienna, Co-chair of the Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens (BKMC), Ban Ki-moon and his wife Madam Yoo Soon-taek along with Former South Korean Ambassador to the United Nations Kim Sook arrived in Vienna, Austria. During the two-day visit former UN Secretary-General Ban attended many bilateral meetings, visited the UN Headquarters in Vienna as well as the BKMC office. BKMC board member H.E. Ambassador Sadiq Marafi of Kuwait hosted an amazing welcome dinner inviting several high-level guests including H.E. Marzouq Al Ghanim, Speaker of Kuwait’s Parliament, BKMC Co-chair Heinz Fischer, IAEA Director General Rafael Grossi. The dinner provided the Co-chairs and H.E. Ambassador Marafi an opportunity to discuss the collaboration between the Embassy of Kuwait and the BKMC.

The second day started with the former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon revisiting the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna. At the Vienna International Centre, he met with UNODC Director General Ghada Fathi Waly, International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi, UNIDO Director General Li Yong as well as Martin Nesirky Director of the United Nations Information Service. The discussions focused on the current and future collaborations between the agencies and the BKMC regarding the implementation of the 2030 Agenda, Rule of Law, climate change and empowering young people.

 
BK Kurz trifft Ban Ki Moon im BKA. 08.09.2021, Foto: Dragan Tatic

In the afternoon, former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had bilateral meetings with the Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz, Foreign Minister Alexander Schallenberg and the Mayor of Vienna, Michael Ludwig taking the opportunity to talk about, the situation in Afghanistan, the pandemic, and climate change. BKMC Co-chair Ban Ki-moon also presented the government leaders with signed copies of his new memoir “Resolved” underlining the importance of multilateralism in a divided world.

On his final day Co-chair Ban visited the offices of the BKMC in Vienna and took the chance to catch up with the team and the BKMC’s activities. Following the visit, Co-chair Ban’s final stop was a farewell lunch hosted by H.E. Ambassador Shin of Korea to discuss the UN’s history and anti-corruption efforts with IACA Dean Thomas Stelzer.

   

Access the photo album below:

BKMC Co-chair Ban Ki-moon Visit Vienna 2021  

How Funding for Farmers Can Help End Hunger and Poverty

Guest Blog

By Joe McCarthy

Globally, there are over 500 million smallholder farms, working on which are over a billion people who cultivate fruits and vegetables and raise animals to create the food that ends up providing half of the world’s calories.

By preventing hunger and generating economic activity, these farmers create the conditions for communities to thrive. But farming is an arduous profession made even more challenging by the worsening effects of climate change.

The world is at a crossroads — now is the time to put the full weight of global development behind the people who put food on all of our tables.  Read our new content piece with Global Citizen HERE and find out why funding farmers is the biggest step in fighting poverty and hunger around the world. 

 

Roundtable on Effective Women Leadership – Women’s Empowerment Programme Latin America

On the 19th of August 2021, the Roundtable on Effective Women Leadership took place as part of the Women’s Empowerment Programme Latin America. The aim of this Roundtable was to foster an impactful and personal exchange of experiences, ideas, and advice, inspiring both, the aspiring leaders and the high-level leaders. 

The Roundtable was moderated by Ban Ki-moon Centre for Global Citizens (BKMC) CEO Monika Froehler. 

H.E. Maria Fernanda EspinosaPresident of the 73rd UN General Assembly, quoted the words of her role model, her own mother, who said: “No one is going to come, knock on your door and tell you that you have your opportunity.” She highlighted the importance of crafting one’s own future and taking quick action in the position of leadership.

Dr. Irina Bokova, former Director-General at UNESCOhighlighted that leadership for her means to lead by example, to honor your values and believes, to take responsibility for your own decisions and to encourage your teamsShe concluded by emphasizing that women should support women.

María Elena AgüeroSecretary-General of Club de Madrid, gave prominence to the importance of commitment, solidarity, and necessity of networking. Furthermore, she accentuated the relevance of spreading awareness about gender equality to boys and men.

Natalie Deacon, Executive Director Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, President Avon Foundation for Women, highlighted the importance of role models, as “you cannot be what you cannot see”. Additionally, she pointed out the significance of creating the right environment for women to thrive as well as looking beyond gender to achieve more inclusivity.

Following the inspirational talks by these four senior-level women leaders, our Global Citizen Fellows (GC Fellows) took the lessons learned from the Roundtable and came up with 5 guiding principles on Effective Women Leadership. These guiding principles will be combined to form a “Manifesto on Women Leadership” that our GC Fellows can look back to in the future. 

Joining forces with CARE Nederland

In the second half of 2021, the Ban Ki-moon Centre and CARE Nederland – CARE Climate Change and Resilience Platform signed a Memorandum of Understanding. This new and exciting collaboration aims to strengthen women leadership to combat the effects of climate change. Stay tuned to find out how we will join our forces to advance climate adaptation.

ABOUT CARE

Founded in 1945, CARE International works around the globe to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice. We put women and girls in the centre because we know that we cannot overcome poverty until all people have equal rights and opportunities. CARE International works in 100 countries to assist more than 68 million people to improve basic health and education, fight hunger, increase access to clean water and sanitation, expand economic opportunity, confront climate change and recover from disasters. More than 70% of those helped are women.

Education 4 Justice Roundtable of the Women’s Empowerment Programme Latin America

On the 22nd of July 2021, the Roundtable on Education 4 Justice (E4J) took place as part of the Women’s Empowerment Programme Latin America The aim of this Roundtable was to foster a thorough understanding of E4J and motivate the young women to become active agents for E4J. The E4J initiative – under the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration – seeks to prevent crime and promote a culture of lawfulness through education activities designed for primary, secondary and tertiary levels. 


Speakers Incentive Talks

The Roundtable was moderated by United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime E4J Coordinator Lulua Asaad. 

The first speaker, Ambassador Miguel Ruiz Cabañas, Mexican Foreign Service, Coordinator of SDG Initiative at the Monterrey Institute of Technology  and Higher Education (ITESM), informed the Global Citizen Fellows about the high number of forced marriages of women under the age of 18 years, which leads to a severe lack of education. His message to our GC Fellows was: “We have to change cultural patterns”. 

Mr. Serge Brammertz, Chief Prosecutor, International Residual Mechanism for Criminal Tribunals, used his talk to highlight that justice is not only about the court, but about our understanding of justice in the private sphere. 

Hon. Vanessa Ruiz, Senior Judge for the Court of Appeals in the District of Columbia, United States of America and the former President of the  International Association of Women Judges, followed with her statement that the citizenry must realize what the rule of law is and why it matters. Furthermore, Hon. Ruiz emphasized, that young-aged girls must be educated about their fundamental rights and freedoms.

The last speaker of the Roundtable was Ms. Luciana Asper y Valdez (Public Prosecutor, Brazil; E4J Champion and UNODC/UNESCO Policy Guides Contributor). In her incentive talk, she highlighted that the GC Fellows should maintain the focus on their core values and become an ambassador for them. 

As the next step of our Women Empowerment Programme Latin America, we look forward to our GC Fellows to turn ideas into action and tackle the Global Goals in their communities and address Education 4 Justice (E4J) challenges.

SDG Dialogueforum Austria “Building forward better with Agenda 2030”

SDG Dialogueforum Austria “Building forward better with Agenda 2030″ on the theme ‘Together for sustainable development after Covid-19’ is an event co-hosted by the Ban Ki-moon Centre, SDG Watch Austria and the Austrian inter-ministerial Working Party on Agenda 2030. It will discuss the implementation of the Agenda 2030 in Austria, as well as putting emphasis on four focus areas with Innovation pools on “Digitalization”, “Women, youth and ‘leaving no one behind’”, climate action and adaptation to climate change, and Austria in the global context. 

The public livestream will start on September 28 at 14.30 PM. 

Date: 28 September 2021, Closed Session 12.30 – 14.30 PM CET, Public Livestream 14.30 -17.30 PM CET 

Location: Hybrid – Virtual/Museum of Natural History Vienna

Please note that this event will be held in GERMAN.


Das SDG Dialogforum Österreich “Building forward better mit der Agenda 2030” wird unter dem Thema ‘Gemeinsam für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung nach Covid-19’ von der Bundesverwaltung sowie Vertreterinnen und Vertretern der Zivilgesellschaft gemeinsam veranstaltet. Es geht darum, die konkrete Umsetzung der Agenda 2030 und der 17 Ziele für Nachhaltige Entwicklung (SDGs) in Österreich zu diskutieren – mit einem besonderen Schwerpunkt auf entsprechende Innovationen.

Wie im SDG 17 „Partnerschaften zur Erreichung der Ziele” vorgesehen, wollen wir mit jährlichen SDG-Dialogforen Multi-Stakeholder-Partnerschaften fördern. Diese sollen dazu beitragen, Wissen und Expertise zu mobilisieren und so die politische Kohärenz für nachhaltige Entwicklung zu steigern.

In neuartigen Innovationspools werden relevante Fragen für die SDG-Zielerreichung behandelt, um die Ergebnisse anschließend in die weitere Arbeit zur Umsetzung in Österreich einfließen zu lassen. Beim ersten Dialogforum konzentrieren wir uns auf die Herausforderungen und Möglichkeiten beim Weg aus der COVID-19-Pandemie. Die Innovationspools sind zugänglich für geladene Gäste aus dem öffentlicher und privater Sektor, Zivilgesellschaft und Wissenschaft, und werden zeitgerecht ausgesendet. 

Wir danken Ihnen schon jetzt, dass Sie sich diese Veranstaltung vormerken und freuen uns, Sie im September beim SDG Dialogforum Österreich begrüßen zu dürfen!

Bitte beachten Sie, dass am 28. September von 12.30 – 14.30 Uhr eine geschlossene Sitzung stattfinden wird, welche nur für TeilnehmerInnen der Innovationspools gedacht ist.

Der öffentliche Livestream wird am 28. September um 14.30 Uhr beginnen. 

Datum: 28 September 2021, Geschlossene Sitzung 12.30 – 14.30 Uhr, öffentlicher Livestream 14.30 -17.30 Uhr

Ort:  Hybrides Event: teils physisch auf Einladung/Naturhistorisches Museum Wien

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