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Secretary-General António Gutteres has emphasized the indispensable role of innovation in policy-making process on November 6, 2017: “From my perspective, what is important is to combine innovation and public policy to make sure that innovation works for the good of humankind.” In today’s world, technology is the driving force for innovation.
The Spanish Society of Geriatrics and Gerontology is oriented to the exchange of knowledge and experiences in cognitive neuroscience in various areas such as: mild cognitive impairment, dementia syndrome, disorders related to emotions and behaviours in older people, aimed at experts in cognitive neurosciences of aging.
The Inter-American Conference of Mayors and Local Authorities organized by the International University of Florida and the Miami-Dade County take place on 10-14 June in Miami, USA. The Conference will bring more than 600 mayors, councilors and those interested in local governance issues in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Climate Finance, or its other denominations, Sustainable Finance or Green Financing, aims to finance mitigation, adaptation and resilience to climate change projects, as well as actions that help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Leadership is fundamental to effective and efficient diplomacy. The success of international leaders rely upon their capacities to take initiative, lead others in and through challenging circumstances, and thus maximize opportunities and strengthen the positions, objectives and achievements of parties and groups.
This workshop, sponsored by the United Nations Institute of Training and Research (UNITAR) and in corporation with the NYU Women's Initiative (alumni), builds on Jim Arnoff's experience as an agent in the entertainment industry where he pitches series to the television networks, his training as a career coach and his leading pitching workshops in the entertainment industry/women in finance/NYU.
Trees for the Future (TREES) is ending hunger and extreme poverty for farmers in developing nations. Founded in 1989 to combat unsustainable land use practices in the developing world, TREES’ mission is to improve the livelihoods of impoverished farmers through revitalizing degraded lands. For 28 years, we have worked at the intersection of poverty alleviation and sustainable agriculture.
Building capacities at the municipal level is increasingly relevant to secure the implementation of sustainable solutions to current issues coped by municipalities. In that sense, this conference is aimed at developing capacities in management through a sustainable perspective.