In a globalizing world where countries and development sectors are tied to each other at an unprecedented level, how can governments, international organizations, civil society and private sector form new ways of cooperation in order to work together more effectively? Having been working at the frontline of global development, 15i speakers talk about how they envision the future landscape of global cooperation.
--Bruno Moro, Director of the Sustainable Development Goals Fund
--Daniel Runde, Director of the Project on Prosperity and Development, Chair, William A Schreyer Chair in Global Analysis at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, D.C.
--Jeffrey Huffines, Representative of CIVICUS, world alliance for citizen participation
--Annette Richardson, Senior Advisor from the United Nations Office for Partnerships
--David Ito, director of Tombo Productions and producer of humanitarian and development aid documentaries.
This dialogue is the first of "15i Dialogues, Ideas for a Sustainable World Beyond 2015", a series of dialogues on sustainable development organized in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes of New York and Fundación Universidad Rey Juan Carlos. In the lead-up to a new post-2015 development agenda, 15i Dialogues bring the best ideas and experiences from specialists, professionals, activists, entrepreneurs and academics around the world on how to achieve an sustainable future for all.
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