Experts, decision makers, activists, young leaders, creatives, local and national authorities, organisations and individuals from across sectors are invited to share fresh and transforming proposals that break through silos to accelerate and collaborate on SDG action.
Dig deeper into thematic issues, hone in on contextual nuances, and provide substantive discussions, masterclasses, innovation incubations to provide deep, tangible, quantifiable, insights on what needs to happen to achieve the state of the world we need and want. These sessions will set the vision for what can be achieved with this combination of adaptation, action and ambition and call for action to mobilise specific counterparts, constituencies and citizens to ensure this vision is realised.
Virtual, Augmented and mixed realities creators, game developers, photographers, illustrators, street and sound artists working across mediums are invited to share their art and take the SDG Action Zone crowd on a journey. Virtual exhibit and immersive spaces will showcase new media, new technologies, innovations, artwork, games and immersive experiences that enables participants experience the Future of our world from different perspectives, learn different ways of doing things, and take action for transformative change.
Honest and bold talks that deliver a very human, story-telling style of sharing information and insights.
Art has always explored and assimilated the experience of upheaval and has served societal change throughout history. Emerging and established performers, musicians, film-makers, poets and artists from around the world will share work that capture the urgency, hope and ambition of the current moment. Through their work, participants of the SDG Action Zone will be challenged to imagine the world in radically different ways.
A register for individuals from a range of backgrounds to express an interest in sharing their diverse perspectives and expertise at events hosted in the Zone.
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