International Human Rights Peace & Anticorruption Foundation in Collaboration with 21STDIGI SKILLZ organized a Conference on Sustainable Development for Accelerating the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
On 30th and 31st, January 2022, International Human Rights Peace & Anticorruption Foundation in Collaboration with 21STDIGISKILLZ organized an International Conference on the Innovation and United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals to follow up and comprehensively review progress in the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The event was the first Collaborative International summit on the SDGs since the adoption of the 2030 Agenda in September 2015.
28 Countries such as India, Nigeria, Afghanistan, Tunisia, Việt Nam, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirates, , Saudi Arabia, Croatia. , Russia, Canada, Egypt, Greece, Malaysia, Colorado USA, South Africa, Birland ,philippines, USA ,Zimbabwe, Kenya, Romania, United Kingdom, Indonesia, Suda-Darfur Region, Iran, Portugal and 61 eminent personalities, International Speakers, Global Educators from all over the world have participated in this International Conference.
The list are as follows:
Dr. Sheetal M.Randhir, Dr. Krishna Singh Arya, Kusum K, Smily Mukta G, Cliff Ransom Wendell Lilangan, Rudi Salam Sinulingga, Hassan Hussein , Patricia Gonde, Victor Ombaye Aroni, Azra Tajhizi, Laura Stanciu, Prof. Dr. Elizabeth Lucas-Afolalu, Dr. Muthmainnah, Prof.Dr. Luís Cardoso, Prof. Dr. Suraiya Bano, Prof. Dr. Wassef Youssef Elabed, Mihail-Alexandru Stanescu, Amb.Dr. Preeti Phutela, Dr.Kali Charan Rath, Dr TP Sasikumar, Dr. Pratibha Shantaram Kadam, Dr. Prof. Pratik Rajan Mungekar, Busayo Adeyemo, Ha Kim Phuong , Vedrana Šarec, Mr.Amujuri Biswanath, Hadarean Diana, Prof. Husnai Mukhdoom, Željka Jovanovac, Nadezhda Ivanova, Dr Seyed Firdawoosbee Hanifdeen, H.E Prof Dr Amb Mehreen Mia Cassimjee, Prof.Nada Ratkovic, Naveen Gupta, Reema Suneja , Kamaku M Felix, Edward Probir Mondol, Dr.Kalpana Dixit, Chandani Kinger, Dr. Eng.Neyara Radwan, Adit Kaur, Mr. Mohd Zuber, Dr.Kalyani Rao, Dr. Vishwanath Panigrahi, Haridas Mukherjee, Dimithri Wijerathna, Rania Lampou, Gloria Ifeyinwa Ayogu, Komathy Veerasinghan, Elizabeth Ndegwa-, Lenilo B Capulso, Dr.Uche Linda Okpala, Lebura Olawale, Nadeem A Khan, Von Eric Tandoc, H.E.Mr Ikramuddin Himmat Yar, Dr. Andi Asrifan, Prof. Dr Frolian Mobo, Mr.Prachetan Potdar, Ms Harshada Potdar, Prof.Hayet Hsini.
This conference is organised by Prof.Dr.Pratik Rajan Mungekar, Dr.Uche Linda Okpala and Dr Parteek Singla.
H.R.M. Prof.Dr.Queen Eden Soriano Trinidad Ph.D Prime Minister of State of Birland, Philippines was the Chief guest and Guest of Honour of this conference.
Dr.Pratik & Dr Uche has done the Moderation of this conference so gracefully. It was a grand Successful SDG Summit/Conference.
Overall, the SDG Summit demonstrated the continuing strong commitment of the international community to the 2030 Agenda and to multilateral collaboration for achieving the SDGs by 2030
Key Messages from this International conference/SDG Summit:
The commitment to the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development remains steadfast at the highest level of government and among stakeholders. Yet it is clear that the world is not on track to meet the SDGs by 2030. The future is now, and the Earth's systems are changing quickly. The SDGs can still be achieved if the international community steps up the speed and ambition of its actions.
Many countries have been proactively implementing the SDGs, incorporating them in policies and strategies, and outlining their long-term vision for transformation to more sustainable and just economies and societies. However, the shared view is that the global response is not yet sufficiently transformative. Most of the 21 targets designated for achievement by 2020 will likely not be met and we are not on track for achieving many other targets by 2030.
Governments cannot do it alone; they are reaching out to forge new partnerships with civil society, businesses, and the scientific and technological community. National plans must reflect a singly interconnected world, and address complex flows of goods, capital, information and people.
For such efforts to be effective, it is imperative that all countries pursue the SDGs as systems, fully recognizing the interconnections across sectors, countries and levels, from global to local. Positive synergies need to be harnessed and difficult trade-offs need to be addressed more quickly and effectively,
Interventions can have multiple impacts across the SDGs: human well-being and capabilities; sustainable and just economics; food systems and nutrition patterns; energy decarbonization with universal access; urban and peri-urban development; and global environmental commons. Across those areas, governance, economy and finance, individual and collective action, and science and technology are important levers that can help countries to achieve positive synergistic impacts across the SDGs.
While there is sufficient knowledge to act now, it is key to ensure that knowledge is available to those who need it. This requires strengthening the science-policy interface and creating knowledge platforms in every country.
Unequal access to scientific data and knowledge systems is a major obstacle to the universal implementation of the 2030 Agenda, particularly for the Least Developed Countries and Small Island Developing States. Urgent action must be taken by development partners to overcome this deficit.
Weaknesses in governance, corruption and declining civic space are major obstacles to the SDGs and promoting human rights and supporting actions to foster peace and justice are essential for progress.
The world is entering a decade that will be decisive for current and future generations, and for all life on the planet. Through the SDG Summit Political Declaration, Heads of State and Government pledged to make the coming decade one of action and delivery.
Team Stay featured is always thankful to the organizers of this summit
1) Dr.Parteek Singla
2) Dr. Uche Linda Okpala
3)Prof.Dr.Pratik Rajan Mungekar
Article by: Prof.Dr.Pratik Rajan Mungekar