Enhancing women's political participation through Mahila Sabha (Women's Forum)

Join the next webinar on December 18, 2023 (Monday) with Dr. Nancy Shackell, Senior Research Scientist, Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Fisheries and Oceans Canada. Member of the Independent Group of Scientists (N=15).

The webinar will be held on 6:00 pm Bangladesh time (9:00 am in Darthmouth, NS, Canada time).

Here is the registration link for the webinar:

https://forms.gle/zwx6woCKDWokjHha7


Abstract

The Global Sustainable Development Report 2023

“Times of Crisis, Times of Change: Science for Accelerating Transformations to Sustainable Development”, the 2023 Global Sustainable Development Report (GSDR), finds that at this critical juncture, midway to 2030, incremental and fragmented change is insufficient to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the remaining seven years. Implementation of the 2030 Agenda requires the active mobilization of political leadership and ambition for science-based transformations. This must be achieved globally – leaving no country, society or person behind. The report is an invitation to embrace transformations with the urgency needed to accelerate progress towards the SDGs.

The GSDR 2023 highlights key transformations needed in different sectors and provides key findings from the literature, practical examples and tools for progress towards the SDGs. It provides a stylized model to help unpack and understand the transformation process over time and outline the roles of different levers in facilitating various stages of transformation through a systematic and structured approach. As history has shown, transformations are inevitable, and this report emphasizes that deliberate and desirable transformations are possible – and, indeed, necessary.

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