ASviS event at the Global Festival of Action: G20 and the 2030 Agenda

By ASviS

The fifth SDG Global Festival of Action, powered by the UN SDG Action Campaign to find new ways to inspire, mobilise and connect people and organisations to take action on the SDGs was held on March 25-26, in a dynamic virtual space: six different stages, featuring plenary sessions, lightning talks, performances, interactive workshops, exhibitions and a space to connect with leaders, changemakers, private sector and more.

In this context, the Italian Alliance for Sustainable Development (ASviS), organised the high-level workshop “G20 and the 2030 Agenda: a pathway to a sustainable recovery” to offer a perspective on the G20 summit. The event has been the opportunity to focus on the economic and health crisis due to Covid-19 with key international stakeholders from institutions and civil society and to discuss potential solutions. Moreover, to celebrate and recognise organisations that distinguished themselves for their capacity to connect and mobilise people for the 2030 Agenda globally, the SDG Action Awards jury selected ASviS as a “Mobilizer” thanks to the 2020 Sustainable Development Festival.  

 

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