About Best practice SDG policy & planning: Examples from Pacific-Rim countries

An event of the Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development

Last year our research ‘No One Left Behind: Implementing the Sustainable Development Goals in Australia: An investigation of international best practice in SDG governance’, asked ‘Why has the Australian Government been so slow to take up its responsibilities to implement the SDGs, despite the parliamentary inquiry that gave clear guidance on how to do so?’.

Join our panel discussion for the Asia Pacific Forum on Sustainable Development (APFSD) with the authors of the report, Leanne Smith, Director Whitlam Institute (Sydney) and Dr Claire Brolan, Centre for Policy Futures University of Queensland (Brisbane) who will be joined by Ms Laiza Garcia, Development Partner Institute for Mining (Melbourne) and Dr Amanda Katili Niode - Climate Reality Project (Indonesia) as they analyse ways Australia can learn from best practice around the world.

The Panel will also identify several tools for effective SDG implementation, and focus on the success of two SDG countries highlighted in the report: Indonesia and Mexico.

Proudly presented in partnership with the Whitlam Institute within the University of Western Sydney.

Registrations are limited.

Tuesday 23 March, 2021
4:30-5:30pm (Sydney/Melbourne)
3:30-4:30pm (Brisbane)
12:30-1:30pm (Bangkok/Jakarta)