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2030 & beyond - Solutions Without Borders

The year 2030 is the current target agreed upon by the Member States of the United Nations to eradicate poverty, protect the planet, and guarantee prosperity for all. These are ambitious objectives—some may say utopian—but they are within reach.

The objectives are premised on the active engagement of governments, as well as from all actors involved in the humanitarian and sustainable development sectors, including you. As a young leader, a member of civil society, a representative of the public or private sector, an international development practitioner, a humanitarian worker, a researcher, a student, a newcomer, an engaged citizen, a man, a woman, or a non-binary person, you are a part of the solution!

Come to the International Forum 2020 and share the lessons learned from your experiences, find inspiration in the ideas of others, and discover new tools and practices to implement in your own sector. Together, let’s build innovative solutions for a future where no one is left behind.

> Submit a proposal for the 2020 International Forum 


Future of the Planet

The climate crisis affects every country on every continent, and disproportionately impacts the most vulnerable among us. How can we make sure the needs of those individuals, especially women and youth, are taken into account as we design solutions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, build climate resilience, and prevent future disasters? And how can we make sure they are fully involved in the decision-making processes that concern them and are taking an active role in building clean, resilient economies?


Future of Populations

Today, the world is experiencing an unprecedented crisis, with some 68.5 million people displaced due to conflicts, persecution, natural disasters, or a changing climate. A new Global Compact for Refugees provides an opportunity to transform the way the world responds to refugee situations. What actions must we take to build a future in which the movement of people is motivated more often by opportunities rather than threats, and by choice rather than force? How do we ensure host communities also benefit from durable and equitable solutions that provide protection, dignity, and quality of life—thereby contributing to a more peaceful, prosperous future for all?


Future of Work

The workplace and the nature of work are changing rapidly to adapt not only to the evolution of technology, but also to the reality of climate change and to shifting markets. If work is to be a means to eradicate poverty, how can we guarantee access for all—especially women and youth—to decent jobs and economic opportunities that won’t contribute to widening the gap between rich and poor? How can we make sure all workers can adapt to and benefit from the changing work environment, on a local or international scale?

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