genda 2030, a new global sustainable development framework to replace the Millennium Development Goals, will be adopted at the United Nations General Assembly this month, but can it deliver on its promises? The Center for Economic and Social Rights invites you to panel event bringing together leading figures from the fields of human rights advocacy, academia and the UN to reflect critically on the progress made in securing human rights in Agenda 2030.
Organized by the Government of Brazil, the Central Union of Favelas, UNESCO and the World Bank
Organized by OAS, PAHO and ECLAC.
This meeting has the following objectives:
- Bring together key international and regional stakeholders such as Permanent Missions to the OAS, Ministries of Health, international organizations, human rights treaty bodies, academia, experts on ageing and civil society (among others) to discuss the new normative framework on active ageing which has been recently established by the Inter-American Convention on Protecting the Human Rights of Older Persons;