JOIN ONLINE for the fourth inno4sd symposium

inno4sd’s Fourth Symposium on Innovation for Sustainable Development is just around the corner, and if you were not able to join us in person, you can join us online!

JOIN ONLINE for the fourth inno4sd symposium

The three day symposium on policies and partnerships for the sustainable development transition will be comprised of a number of sessions. The agenda can be downloaded here

High-level dialogue on SDGs and the role of Research, Science, Technology and Innovation (STI)

This session will be held at the European Parliament on 7 November, containing a parliamentary debate around monitoring progress towards the SDGs and the role of innovation. During this event a global initiative on knowledge, learning and solutions based on science, research, technology and innovation for SDGs will be launched.

A video recording of the session will be made available after the event.

Symposium on policies and partnerships for the Sustainable Development transition

The topic of inno4sd’s policy-science symposium (8-9 November) is the role of science, technology and innovation (STI) for achieving the SDGs. A central element in the multi-stakeholder dialogue is on lessons learned and the role of transformational and mission oriented innovation policies and roadmaps supporting action oriented solutions and communities of practices stimulating innovation for SDGs.

Click to watch live on 8 November from 9h (CET) and to access the stream for 9 November, also from 9h CET.

Recordings of both streams will be made available on the inno4sd YouTube after the event!

Join in on social media

You can let us know your reactions to our discussions, or bring up questions, via Twitter, using the handle @inno4sd or using the hashtags #inno4sd #inno4sdEvent2018 and #inno4sd_Global.

Whilst you’re waiting for the symposium to begin, why not check out some of our existing videos on YouTube channel? Don’t forget to subscribe!

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