Time: March 9th, 2018, 14.30-16.00
Venue: Finlandsinstitutet, Sibelius, Snickarbacken 4, Stockholm
Moderator: Johan Hassel, CEO, Global Utmaning
Registration: The seminar is free of charge, but we kindly ask you to register here in advance, no later than March 8th
Organizer: Global Utmaning, Finlandsinstitutet, LSU, Nordic Council of Ministers
Information: Jaana Vikman, Head of Seminar Management and Business Relations, email@example.com, 072-180 30 63
Youth involvement key to reinforce global commitment to the Agenda 2030!
The Nordic countries place special emphasis on the common challenges they face with regard to their achieving the 17 SDGs. The high material consumption levels are affecting the region’s performance negatively in international comparisons on SDG 12. There is room for improvement if the countries are to achieve this goal by 2030. The realisation of the 2030 Agenda requires partnership and cooperation across the national and political borders. How can Nordic- Baltic multilateral cooperation give leverage to transformative actions? Will the young Nordics commitment, knowledge and innovation capacity bring about a strong Nordic-Baltic partnership for sustainable future?
The seminar will be streamed here.
You can download Trine Schmidt’s (Nordic Council of Ministers) presentation of the Agenda 2030 here: Generation 2030 presentation_NCM_9 march
Programme March 9th
14:00 Registration and coffee
14:30 Seminar Agenda 2030 the Nordic Way – Time to empower the next generation!
Moderator: Johan Hassel, Global Utmaning
Youth involvement key to reinforce global commitment to the Agenda 2030
Rosaline Marbinah, president of The National Council of Swedish Youth – welcome key note
The global 2030 Agenda – the Nordic Way
Katrin Sjögren, Head of Government, Government of Åland
Realizing the 2030 Agenda – Multilateral capacity to transformative actions
The realisation of the 2030 Agenda requires global partnership. How can multilateral youth cooperation give leverage to national implementation of the 2030 Agenda? Can we make better use of our multilateral platforms and councils?
Krista Kampus, Head of the Sustainable Development Unit CBSS
Johan Tiedemann, Head of Office Nordic Council
Kati Systä, President Nordic Youth Council
Hanna Bergman, Youth rep UN
Vladas Polevičius, elected board member of Lithuanian Youth Council
Noura Berrouba, Governing Body member of European Youth Parliament
The Generation 2030 programme – Nordic Council of Ministers
With the Generation 2030 programme, the Nordic countries place special emphasis on the common challenges they face with regard to their achieving the 17 SDGs.
Trine Schmidt, Project coordinator, Nordic Council of Ministers – Introduction to Generation 2030
Sustainable Consumption – Children and Youth the game changers?
During three first years the Generation 2030 programme emphasises the theme “sustainable consumption and production”.
SDG 12 – Sustainable consumption. Are children and youth the real game changers?
Per Bolund, Minister of Financial Markets and Consumer Affairs – key note
Per Bolund, Minister – Financial Markets and Consumer Affairs
Noora Löfström, Specialist Finnish Youth Co-Operation Allianssi
Linnéa Lundmark, Network Coordinator – SDSN Youth
Elin Larsson, Sustainability Director Filippa K
Future Change Agents conclusions
Rosaline Marbinah, President LSU
Simon Holmström, Chairman Re-Generation2030 Summit steering committee
16:00 End of seminar