This conference will gather 150 major actors from different countries and backgrounds to share perspectives and experiences on the key levers for the realisation of the exceptional dynamic generated in 2015, and on the new agenda that needs to be built for sustainable development.
Three major challenges, elaborated with an advisory board, will be discussed:
Tracking commitments made by governments and non-state actors
Shifting investments and converging expectations
Ensuring social justice and solidarity
These challenges will be addressed in plenary session and fifteen discussion workshops held in sub-groups, led by international experts and practitioners.
ECDPM’s Ewald Wermuth will moderate the workshop on ‘Shifting investments: How to inject the 2015 momentum into international trade politics?’
San Bilal represented ECDPM at the Second Steering Committee Meeting on ‘Transformative Investment for Sustainable Development’.