Regional Conference Towards a Common Vision for Agenda 2030 in Central AsiaOct 28, 2016
The Conference is envisaged to establish a regional dialogue on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) with a distinct focus on Green Economy and delivering on the environmental dimension. The event will raise awareness, explore the existing capacities, reinvigorate political will, commitments and encourage the engagement of regional and national stakeholders with respect to Central Asian developmental challenges.
What: The five Central Asia countries will discuss specific initiatives that they have undertaken to initiate Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the existing partnerships with a focus on green economy.
Who: National (from five countries of Central Asia) and international partners: Representatives of national authorities responsible for different sectors, SDG focal points within government and UNDP Country Offices, policy makers and technical experts in SDGs and Central Asia, educators from governments and NGOs, UN regional organizations and UN agencies, GiZ, IFAS involved in the implementation of Agenda 2030, and Russian Institutions.
When: 2–4 November, Almaty, Kazakhstan (Registration: 08:30am, Opening: 09:00am)
Where: Hotel Ramada Nomad Conference Hall - 27 Baitursynov Street, Corner Kazybek Bi Street Almaty, Kazakhstan
Why: The conference will focus on delivering a joint regional vision and specific actions to be taken by the countries towards implementation of SDGs.