Prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, UNAA had arranged a two-day Forum to bring together civil society, governments, business and UN leaders under the theme of building sustainable partnerships to progress the SDGs. Unfortunately, this significant event had to be postponed because of restrictions on large gatherings.
With the ongoing support of all our partners, the event has now been redesigned to take place over three days in April and May next year.
On 20 and 21 April 2021, the fully digital UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum will enable UNAA to bring global speakers and audiences together with current and future Australian SDG leaders. Plenary sessions, interactive breakout discussions and networking opportunities will promote dialogue, connections and ongoing collaboration.
On 4 May, we will build on the digital Forum by bringing prospective partners together in small group facilitated workshops designed to assess aligned interests and build the foundation for partnerships to promote Australia’s contribution to progressing the SDGs.
To be added to the mailing list, keep up to date with Forum details and for your chance to be part of these small group activation workshops, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. UNAA members will access discounted registrations.
UNAA acknowledges the valued support of our partners in delivering the 2021 UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum: Monash University, PwC Australia, University of Melbourne, Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning, Melbourne Water, RMIT, Yarra Valley Water, SDGx, Wendy Brooks and Partners, Comacon and ISCA.
For more information on our National Partnerships Forums,