World leaders have agreed 17 new Global Goals for Sustainable Development that will drive efforts to end poverty over the next 15 years. But what will this mean in practice?
To mark CARE International’s 70th anniversary, a panel discussion will be held to explore what the implications of the new Global Goals for Sustainable Development are for aid in the future. What will a CARE package look like post 2015? How will the Global Goals be implemented by aid actors? – whether this be civil society, governments, donors, academia, or private sector actors.
This will be the topic of discussion for a panel of four speakers:
- David Hallam, David Hallam, Director for International Finance and former Director UK Envoy Post-2015 Goals, DFID
- Nelson Muffuh, Head of Outreach and Stakeholder Engagement, Post-2015 Development Planning Unit, UN
- Serena Brown, Senior Manager, Global Development Initiative, KPMG
- Gaia Gozzo, Head of Governance, CARE International UK
The session will be facilitated by Eliza Anyangwe, freelance writer and commissioning editor for the Guardian.
The event will be held 9am-11am on Friday 23 October 2015 at gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, Bargehouse Street, South Bank, London SE1 9PH.