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Sustainable Development Discussion at UN Headquarters:
A Debrief on the Latest High-Level Political Forum in New York

Speaker(s): Dr Gill Greer, Moko Morris, & Ronja Ievers

"You are invited to join us in an online conversation on the outcomes of the High-Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development, which was held at the UN Headquarters in New York last month. The forum was attended by Dr Gill Greer and Moko Morris (co-writers of the People's Report), as well as myself, and we presented the People's Report at various events during this time."
Ronja Ievers
External Relations Coordinator for Hui E! Community Aotearoa

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How to expand and empower Civil Society’s Voice on Aotearoa’s future -

including NZ’s Wellbeing and Sustainable Development to 2030

Date: Wednesday, 25th September, 2019 
Time: 5:30pm – 7:00pm
Place: Old Government Buildings Lecture Theatre 4, upstairs on Level 1, Bunny St, Wellington
Cost: Free

Panelists:
Kura Moeahu, Max Rashbrooke, & Emily Beausoleil

Description:
How can we sustain our future well-being by giving due weight (alongside long term economic interests) to social and environmental issues and to the direct and local experience of those involved?
Inviting dissent leads to the fastest agreement for action — how we invite dissent and for what purpose, is crucial.

Our panelists will discuss how civil society forums that are participatory, listening and deliberative, both now and in a Maori iwi tradition, empower communities to —

  • Understand different viewpoints between themselves,
  • Create solutions together that benefit all,
  • Offer strong mandates to Government, and for personal ac on

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