4 June 2020 | 10-11.30am

This event is for UKSSD partners and invited guests

In 2018 our SDG report, Measuring up, showed the persistent forms of poverty and inequality people face in the UK. Covid-19 has exposed these in starker reality and highlights the need for solutions to the root causes of poverty and inequality. At the same time, a spotlight has been shone on the critical role that so many low-paid and often undervalued workers play in the functioning of our society. This session will explore how the SDGs can help us design policies and programmes that address inequality and poverty by reimagining decent work and social safety nets.

This event will be conducted via Zoom and participants will be sent joining details closer to the time. 

Please note: This event is for UKSSD partners and invited guests. Event spaces are very limited, and wherever possible we will allocate spaces to organisations with expertise relevant to the discussion. Please help us ensure that each event is full by only registering your interest if you are certain you are able to attend. 


About the event series 

The Sustainable Development Goals provide us with a readymade framework to build a better future post-pandemic, ensuring that our recovery is both green and socially just for all people.

As UKSSD works with allies and partners to advocate for the use of the SDGs at local and national level, we want to explore some of the intricacies of how the SDGs can inform the pandemic recovery and what this would mean in practice for government policy and for organisations.

Join us for a series of in-depth discussions as we explore how the SDGs can help us build a better future post-pandemic.

The events are themed around key aspects of recovery and in short and focused discussions we’ll identify key recommendations for action from government and organisations. Participants can take part in forming these and identify further opportunities to work together in the future.

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