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A look at the ways different bodies can go about achieving and collaborating on delivery of the SDG's and whether these goals can be realised

This discussion particularly focused on the tension between cherry-picking and holistic approaches to the delivery of the SDG’s and the positives and negatives of both. The interdependency that exists between the SDGs is also addressed, for example between water security and gender inequality, which should be considered by all when strategizing about SDG delivery. Intergration of the SDGs with strategy and the assessment of the potential effects that failure of the delivery of the SDGs could have is also shown to be an important driver for delivery. 

Speakers:

Hugo G. von Meijenfeldt, Coordinator National Implementation SDGs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Pedro Ortún, Former Principal Adviser for CSR, European Commission (DG GROW)

Richard Howitt, CEO, International Integrated Reporting Council

Mads Nipper, CEO, Grundfos

Moderator:

David Grayson, Director: The Doughty Centre for Corporate Responsibility, Cranfield School of Management

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