Join the SDG Forum online

FROM 28 TO 29 OCTOBER 2020

The SDG Forum brings the Sustainable Development Goals from, for and by
everyone. As the first multi-stakeholder forum on the SDGs in the Benelux, the SDG Forum is able to reach out to wide range of sectors and deals with a variety of themes.

Organised by 18 partner organizations from every corner of the sustainable development sector, the SDG Forum strives to connect unusual suspects. It gives policy makers, business, NGO’s, academia a change to meet and exchange SDG ideas and SDG solutions.

WHAT CAN YOU EXPECT?

  • Plenary sessions linked to 5 years SDG’s and the second SDG barometer. The SDG Barometer by Antwerp Management School, the University of Antwerp and UCLouvain maps out the implementation of the SDGs within Belgian organizations.
  • Almost 30 workshops on various themes such as SDGs and Education, SDGs and Finance, SDGs after COVID-19, SDGs and local government, SDG and policy guidelines, etc.

SDG FORUM GOES FULLY DIGITAL

As COVID-19 prevents us from meeting each other safely in person, the SDG Forum goes online. Humanitarian crises make great incubators for far-reaching structural change. The COVID-19 pandemic and its aftermath reinforces the need to mainstream long-term solutions for a resilient society and economy that works for all. That’s why the SDG Forum strongly believes we cannot put discussions and networking on sustainable development on hold. With our digital conference platform Hopin, SDG Forum brings you workshops and plenary sessions with live polling, Q&A’s and networking possibilities.

SDG Forum Programme

Wednesday 28 October

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Opening

Opening by Her Majesty the Queen, SDG Advocate

How games can change the world?
10:00 - 11:15
De Aanstokerij vzw - NL/EN

In this speech we will convince the audience to believe in experience-based learning by using games in their professional working environment.
So we can sensitize people and create a mind-set to take action and to reach the SDG goals.

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De ontwikkelingsinterventies van Enabel : aandacht voor waardig werk, duurzaamheid en inclusie in de samenwerking met de Belgische privé-sector
14:00 - 15:00
Enabel - NL/FR/EN

‌‌‌Enabel is vooral gekend om de activiteiten die we voeren samen met onze partners in de ontwikkelingslanden. Dit doen we ook steeds meer met privé partners uit België/Europa en leggen daarbij de nadruk op waardig werk, duurzaamheid en inclusie. Door deze samenwerkingen draagt Enabel bij aan de realisatie van de Ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen van deze partners

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Opening

Opening by Her Majesty the Queen, SDG Advocate

Welke opleiding maakt jouw organisatie MVO koploper?
09:40 - 10:45
MVO Vlaanderen - NL

Leer het gratis en zeer divers aanbod kennen van MVO Vlaanderen binnen het Koploper Live programma en zorg er voor dat de juiste opleiding bij de juiste ledenbedrijven komt om zo samen MVO Koploper te worden en bij te dragen aan de SDG’s.

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Belgian Alliance for Climate
11:00 - 12:00
The Shift - EN

Voorstelling van het project / platform “Belgian Alliance for Climate”, een community van organisaties met ambitieuze klimaatdoelstellingen, gebaseerd op Science Based Targets.

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Aan de slag met het Voka Charter Duurzaam Ondernemen
14:00 - 15:30
VOKA - NL

Met een jaarlijks actieplan op maat helpt Voka je via het Charter Duurzaam Ondernemen en de SDGs op weg om te groeien in duurzame bedrijfsvoering.

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Opening

Opening by Her Majesty the Queen, SDG Advocate

Connected multipurpose collaborative clusters for an integrated ecosystem to leverage cross-value-chain Carbon neutrality
10:00 - 12:00
SDSN Belgium - EN

Connecting and integrating efforts of relatively small but practical platforms and networks require an innovative way of integrating knowledge, vision and networks at a higher level.

To achieve success we need to interconnect smaller fragmented but highly effective clusters that service different purposes in the ecosystem

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You can't manage what you can't measure: key learnings for impact investing and social entrepreneurship
15:30 - 16:45
Foundation for Future Generations + Solifin - EN

The wide-ranging social and economic consequences of COVID-19 have further amplified the crucial need for social entrepreneurs, purpose-led businesses and impact investors to play a growing role.

The efforts of social entrepreneurs to develop and get access to funding, the efforts of investors to conduct extra-financial due diligence, and the efforts of both to understand and improve their impact, all of them are however frequently hampered by the lack of common language and lack of consensus on how to proceed when tackling ‘(societal) impact’.

“You can't manage what you can't measure” (Peter Drucker). Solid extra-financial impact measurement and impact management can improve knowledge, strategy and practice for both social entrepreneurs and impact-minded investors. But how to do it?

As a participant, this workshop will help you 1) to get to know some of the available best practices to measure and manage impact and discuss their differences, and 2) to understand how they can be tailored to a given situation, with illustration from real cases involving small and larger investments.

- Sevan Holemans, Solifin (moderator)
- Benoit Derenne, Foundation for Future Generations
- Clémentine Blazy, European Center for Social Finance
- Louis Wouters, Efiko
- Aymeric Jung, Quadia


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Opening

Opening by Her Majesty the Queen, SDG Advocate

Perspective 2030: SDG’s binnen het onderwijs – inspirerende partnerschappen
10:00 - 11:30
Perspective 2030 - SDG & Onderwijs - NL

Wat is het belang van systeemdenken en SDG’s? Inspirerende verhalen van partnerschappen tussen scholen, gemeenten en bedrijven rond duurzame ontwikkeling en internationale solidariteit. Hoe ga je aan de slag met de SDG’s op je school en hoe kan je andere spelers zoals gemeente, middenveld en private sector betrekken? Waar liggen de kansen en mogelijkheden om partnerschappen op te zetten die zowel voor leerlingen, leerkrachten, schoolbesturen en externe partners waardevol zijn? Kom het ontdekken in deze workshop!

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Covid-19 en het herstelbeleid richting een duurzame economie?
14:00 - 15:30
FIDO/IFDD - NL/FR/EN

De COVID-19-crisis heeft een grote impact op onze samenleving en economie. Een herstelbeleid op zowel korte-, middellange- en lange termijn moet worden ontwikkeld. Hoe kunnen de socio-economische maatregelen van het relancebeleid bijdragen aan zowel een effectief economisch herstel en anderzijds aan het realiseren van de duurzame ontwikkelingsdoelstellingen? Welke kansen biedt het socio-economische herstelbeleid voor een transitie naar een duurzame economie en samenleving?

Het FIDO heeft een studie laten uitvoeren (ULB, Ecores, PWC) om op deze vragen een antwoord te formuleren. Na een presentatie van de resultaten van dit onderzoek, worden actoren uit het middenveld (VBO, CSC, Greenpeace en ATD Vierde Wereld) en enkele politici uitgenodigd om ons hun reflecties over dit onderwerp mee te delen.

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La crise de la covid-19 a un impact très lourd sur notre société, ainsi que sur notre économie. Un plan de relance à court, moyen et long termes va devoir être élaboré. Comment les mesures socio-économiques de la politique de relance peuvent-elles à la fois remettre sur pied l’économie du pays et contribuer aux Objectifs de Développement durable ? Comment la politique de relance peut-être constituer une transition pour une économie et une société durables ?

L’IFDD a fait réaliser une étude (ULB – Ecores – PWC) pour tenter de répondre à ces questions. Après une présentation des résultats de cette étude, la société civile (la FEB, la CSC, Greenpeace et ATD Vierde Wereld) et le monde politique seront invités à nous faire part de leurs réflexions sur ce sujet.

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Opening

Opening by Her Majesty the Queen, SDG Advocate

SDG transitie in de provincie Antwerpen
11:00 - 12:00
Provincie Antwerpen en Leerstoel SDG transitie (UA/AMS) - NL

De provincie Antwerpen vertaalt de SDG's in elk beleidsdomein en naar alle medewerkers. Hiervoor werken we nauw samen met de leerstoel SDG transitie van de UA/AMS. In de workshop geven we toelichting bij het inspirerende traject van de provincie en voorzien we reflectie vanuit academische hoek. Deelnemers kunnen vragen stellen, maar nodigen we ook uit om hun ervaringen te delen.

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Thursday 29 October

09:30
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SDG Sport Café
09:30 - 11:00
Royal Belgian Football Association (RBFA) & Route 2030 - NL/FR

Welkom in het SDG sport café waar we jullie graag inspireren met concrete voorbeelden uit de sportwereld hoe je sport als middel kan gebruiken om bij te dragen aan de SDG agenda 2030. Hang samen met ons aan onze virtuele toog voor een lekkere koffie of thee en ga in gesprek met onze gasten!

Line-up:

o 9u30 – 9u35: SDG’s en sport - RBFA

o 9u35 - 9u55: Gendergelijkheid via sport (SDG 5) - RBFA en Plan International (NL & FR)

o 9u55 – 10u15: Armoede aanpakken via voetbal (SDG 1) – Pro League & Younited Belgium (NL)

o 10u15 – 10u35: ‘Clubs Plus Propres’ (SDG 13) – Association des Clubs Francophones de Football (FR)

o 10u35 – 10u55: ‘Laagdrempelig voetbal: voetbal voor iedereen’ (SDG 10) – Voetbal Vlaanderen (NL)

o 10u55 – 11u00: Wrap-up & vragen

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Bienvenue au café sportif SDG où nous aimerions vous inspirer avec des exemples concrets provenant du monde du sport et comment vous pouvez utiliser le sport pour contribuer à l'agenda SDG 2030. Venez prendre un café ou un thé avec nous dans notre bar virtuel et venez discuter avec nos invités !

La file d'attente :

o 9h35 - 9h55 : L'égalité de genre par le sport (SDG 5) - RBFA et Plan International (NL & FR)

o 9h55 - 10h15 : La lutte contre la pauvreté par le biais du football (SDG 1) - Pro League & Younited Belgium (NL)

o 10h15 - 10h35 : "Clubs Plus Propres" (SDG 13) - Association des Clubs Francophones de Football (FR)

o 10h35 - 10h55 : "Football à bas seuil : le football pour tous" (SDG 10) - Football Flandre (NL)

o 10h55 - 11h00 : Récapitulation et questions

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Werkbaar Werk en Levenslang Leren
11:00 - 12:30
ESF Vlaanderen - NL

Leer het aanbod van ESF Vlaanderen kennen en kijk wat je allemaal kan doen om de werkbaarheid op het werk te verhogen en levenslang leren te stimuleren.

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SDG et lutte contre la pauvreté : de la concertation à l’action - SDGs en armoedebestrijding : van overleg naar actie
13:00 - 14:45
Service de lutte contre la pauvreté, la précarité et l’exclusion sociale - NL/FR

L’atelier s’articulera autour des SDGs tels qu’utilisés comme cadre dans le 10e Rapport bisannuel « Durabilité et pauvreté » du Service de lutte contre la pauvreté, publié en décembre 2019. Le but est de fournir de l’information et de favoriser l’échange de pratiques entre les participants, et d’ouvrir des pistes sur la manière dont les organisations et acteurs de terrain peuvent concrètement s’emparer des SDGs, chacun à leur niveau, afin que s’applique le principe « to leave no one behind ».
L’atelier est organisé en partant de l’expérience de deux intervenants :

• Jacques Crahay, président de l’Union wallonne des entreprises (SDG Voice 2020)
• Stefan Goemaere de Samenlevingsopbouw West-Vlaanderen et leur projet « Papillon »

De par sa mission et en tant que SDG Voice 2020, le Service de lutte contre la pauvreté donnera également une place importante aux associations pour leur permettre d’apporter leur expérience et leur point de vue.
Les réactions pourront se faire sous forme de questions/réponses, facilitées par un modérateur.

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

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Timeslot
National Baseline Assessment on Business and Human Rights
09:30 - 11:00
HIVA-KU Leuven / UAntwerpen / IPIS - EN

This session reports on the interim results of the first national baseline assessment (NBA) on business and human rights. The NBA charts the progress made by the Belgian government and companies since the establishment of the first National Action Plan (NAP) on Business and Human Rights in July 2017.

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Baby Master Class: Sustainable Finance Certificate
11:00 - 12:30
Foundation for Future Generations / ICHEC Brussels Management School / Université de Namur / Solvay Business School - EN (NL/FR)

In December 2018, on the occasion of the Future Generations Summit dedicated to “The transformative power of money” and organized by the Foundation for Future Generations, Christel Dumas (ICHEC), Luc Van Liedekerke (KULeuven - Antwerp Management School) and David Pitt-Watson debated on the role of finance education in building a sustainable future. Their conclusion was that the clock is ticking for sustainability challenges, and it may be too late to start addressing them when the undergraduate students we are training today become the leaders of tomorrow. We feel it is time to bring the existing educational expertise together to offer a unified training program in sustainable finance for the leaders of today. This workshop is a sneak preview into a new master class : the Sustainable Finance Certificate (CFIT) to train and validate the knowledge of leaders in sustainable finance principles and practices. Today's baby version of the master class touches upon its different topics:
- teaching the purpose of finance and the critical role it plays in serving our economy.
- a necessary critique and adaptation of financial theories.
- the need to review specific financial practices in the light of sustainability (such as sustainable portfolio management, sustainable risk management, etc).
- broaden financial knowledge to embrace societal challenge (climate challenges, food and agriculture, housing, biodiversity, culture, energy, to name of few) their effects on finance and how finance affects them.

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SDG-monitoring voor lokale besturen
13:00 - 14:15
VVSG, stad Harelbeke en Idea Consult - NL

Hoe maak ik als lokaal bestuur of als andere actor een rapport over mijn verwezenlijkingen op het vlak van duurzaamheid? Hoe communiceer ik hierover aan burgers, stakeholders, partners? Welke valkuilen en wins zijn er? En hoe kan de nieuwe SDG-monitor voor lokale besturen hierbij helpen?

Met voorstellig van de SDG-monitor door Idea Consult en getuigenis uit de praktijk door stad Harelbeke en de VVSG

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

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Timeslot
Building successful partnerships in support of the SDGs
09:30 - 10:30
Port of Antwerp - NL/FR/EN

With its mission “home port as a lever for a sustainable future”, Port of Antwerp, the second largest port in Europe, sets out its guidelines for the future. Sustainable growth and transition are among the key priorities. In its role as community builder, Port of Antwerp is dedicated to delivering these priorities through purpose-driven partnerships with committed frontrunners and a lean, project-based approach. The 17 SDGs of the United Nations form the guideline for its sustainable policy and are integrated in day-to-day business operations.

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Transforming supply chains to contribute to the SDGs: concrete methodologies and tools
11:00 - 12:30
The Shift / VBO/FEB - EN

A company's supply chain can include many suppliers from different regions of the world, sometimes leading to human rights and environmental risks. The more steps there are in the production of goods or food, the more it is difficult to trace it and the more responsibility is diffuse. Hence, identifying and managing social and environmental risks throughout a supply chain is a complex process and it is difficult to know where to start from. This workshop aims to help companies to contribute to Agenda 2030 by presenting concrete methodologies, approaches, and tools for transforming supply chains and initiate a due diligence process.

During the workshop, experts will present four different and complementary methodologies and tools, illustrated by concrete cases:

- OECD Guidelines by Cyril Liance from the OECD National Contact Point
- SDG Compass by James Gomme from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
- SDG Action Manager by Neila Benamara from B-Lab Europe
- Accountability Framework by Helen Ireland from Rainforest Alliance

After a short presentation of each tools, participants will be invited to share their perspective and ask the speakers how each tool is adapted to their own situation.

More information on The Shift and FEB’s website

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#Timefor8: Time for PR or real time for SDG 8
13:00 - 14:50
ACLVB-CGSLB / ACV-CSC / ABVV-FGTB in partnership with Perspective 2030, ITUC & ETUC - NL/FR/EN

Today the 2030 Agenda and its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are relevant more than ever. They provide the vision and show the path towards resilient economies and inclusive and just societies. SDG 8, “inclusive growth and decent work” drive forth the Agenda 2030 and is key to address the social and economic impacts of crises, in particular the current Covid-19 crisis. Social protection and social dialogue plays a fundamental role in this. Not only here in Belgium but also in the Global South. Looking at, what is the contribution of the private sector?

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

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How to become SDG-proof
10:00 - 11:00
CIFAL Flanders | UNITAR - EN

Introduction on and interactive exercises with the SDGs with a focus on SDG 16 (principles) and SDG 17 (means of implementation).

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Business Actions for Future Resilience, Good Work and Circular Economy
11:00 - 12:30
AMS, Randstad, BASF, Port of Antwerp - EN/NL

We will present previews of three corporate leadership initiatives: the Future Resilience Index, the Good Work Goals and the Circular Economy Commitment

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Comment préparer un futur rapportage de la Belgique sur la mise en œuvre des SDGs ?
13:00 - 15:00
SPW Développement Durable - FR

L’atelier vise à construire une réflexion sur le processus et la méthodologie à mettre en place en vue d’anticiper un futur rapportage de la Belgique sur la mise en œuvre des ODD, conformément à ce qui est prévu dans la Stratégie nationale de développement durable.

Nous proposons un atelier structuré en deux parties : Interventions de cadrage (état des lieux de ce qui est fait par les différentes entités en matière de rapportage et perspectives de l’étranger) et débat sur les attentes et propositions pour préparer un futur rapportage.

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

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Timeslot
Belgian Voices on the 75th Anniversary of the United Nations
11:00 - 12:30
United Nations Association Belgium (UNA Belgium), collaboration between Vereniging voor de Verenigde Naties & Association pour les Nations Unies (APNU) - EN (NL/FR)

Online panel discussion on the 75th anniversary of the United Nations. Which are the 3 most important added values of the UN, of its values and work -as global platform, as operational organisation, as awareness raiser and communicator, …- today and through its history of 75 years? And which are the 3 most important challenges of the UN for the (near) future: where does the UN needs (urgent) change, in its key topics, values, fundraising, structure, procedures, operations, …?

Experience-based reflections on these 2 key questions will be given by 6 Belgian prominent speakers working in or together with the UN: Dr. Hans Kluge, Regional Director Europe World Health Organisation, Isabelle Durant, Deputy Secretary-General United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, Prof. Olivier De Schutter, UN Special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, Dominique Burgeon, Director Office of Emergencies and Resilience Food and Agriculture Organisation, Lina Achour, Belgian UN Youth Delegate Flemish Youth Council and Bert Vermessen, UN Director Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The panel discussion will be moderated by Peter Wollaert, UNITAR Fellow and President UNA Belgium Flanders.

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Companies and the inclusive SDGs: The 8th SDG for LGBTs
13:00 - 15:00
çavaria & FOS - EN

The SDGs are essential for businesses that want to improve their performance, keep up with others and outperform their peers.
The same goes for inclusion with regard to sexual orientation and gender identity.
As the key principle of the SDGs is “leave no one behind”, they offer the ultimate opportunity to work on sustainability and LGBT inclusion at the same time.
In this session, çavaria and FOS will show you how.
First we’ll go over the basics of the SDGs, sexual orientation & gender identity and how they are interlinked.
Zooming in on SDG 8, we will look at decent work and what challenges LGBT persons experience in this regard.
The participants will then get an exclusive opportunity to check out the e-learning that çavaria and FOS developed to tackle these challenges.
Filled with information and tools, this online tool will help you work towards LGBT inclusive SDGs.

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

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Impact Assessment and SDGs: Experts seminar
09:30 - 12:00
Federal Institute of Sustainable Development - EN

The integration of the SDGs in the Regulatory Impact Assessment exercise is a challenging task : how to safeguard its integrative, transformational and universal ambitions? Belgium has an impact assessment tool build along the lines of sustainable development but there is room for improvement. After an introduction by the European Commission and the OECD, this seminar will take a closer look on interesting international examples. Belgium, Romania, Germany, Luxemburg and the Netherlands will tell us more about their good practices and how they see their ideal situation. Together we will distill tips and tricks to create a strong RIA instrument. That way we can ensure that new legislation helps us realizing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development!

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

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Waarom wereldburgerschapseducatie cruciaal is voor het bereiken van de SDGs
11:00 - 12:00
Enabel - NL/FR

Uitéénzetting over van het belang van wereldburgerschapseducatie in het onderwijs voor het bereiken van de SDGs. De uitéénzetting zal een combinatie zijn van enerzijds een theoretische reflectie en anderzijds enkele praktijkgetuigenissen uit het onderwijs in België (Vlaanderen en Wallonië) en dit met ruimte voor inbreng van de deelnemers.

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Opening Plenary

Opening Plenary

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)
15:05 - 15:30

Presentation of the results by AMS (Lars Moratis) and Louvain School of Management (Valérie Swaen)

Stakeholder Panel
15:30 - 16:30

Panel participants:

  • Marésa le Roux (ACLVB)
  • Olivier de Wasseige (UWE)
  • Flemish youth representative - Reine Spiessens
  • NGO –11.11.11 Director Els Hertogen

Intervention J. Sachs

Intervention Jeffrey Sachs

Reaction Ministers

Reaction Ministers

Closure

Closure

Thursday 29 October
SDG Forum is part of the SDG Week

The SDG Week is an initiative of SDG Forum, G-STIC and CSR Europe’s SDG Summit. Three conferences that aspire to accelerate sustainable solutions within their sectors and fields of expertise. Now the conferences are going digital, you do not have to choose anymore. The SDG Week means taking part in G-STIC, the SDG Forum and the SDG Summit at the same time.

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