Wed, 28 Oct | Zoom

Webinar: The 17: Decent Work and Sustainable Economic Growth Edition

Banksia Foundation and BCSD Australia will dive off SDG8 using the lens of the recent Australian 2020 / 21 Budget to explore what is being done and needs to be done in Australia to build sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all.
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Webinar: The 17: Decent Work and Sustainable Economic Growth Edition

Time & Location

28 Oct 2020, 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Zoom

About the Event

Sustainable News delivered sustainably. The 17 is a News and current affairs show joining conversations going on in boardrooms, class rooms and living rooms around Australia and the world about the Sustainable Development Goals. This edition of The 17 will dive off from SDG8 and, using the lens of the recent Australian Government’s 2020 / 21 Budget, explore what is being done and needs to be done in Australia to build sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. Our Expert Panel Our Expert Panel will be looking at the relatively recent idea that the SDGs can be incorporated into national budgets and budgetary processes, and indeed they must if we are to finance the Global Goals 2030 Agenda. What would that mean for Australia? Are their real life examples of countries doing that? What about the competing challenges between the Goals? Would it work? - Mike Burrell, CEO, Sustainable Business Council NZ - Karen McWilliams, Business Reform Leader, Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand - Elisabeth Hege, Research Fellow, Governance and Financing of Sustainable Development, IDDRI - Mahmoud Mohieldin, UN Special Envoy on Financing the 2030 Agenda The Journos Corner In this new regular segment we chat with leading journalists who track, report and commentate the sustainability agenda and get their take on the facts vs the fake ! - Murray Griffin, Editor, Footprint News - Giles Parkinson, Founder and Editor, Reneweconomy and The Driven and One Step off the Grid - Tina Perinotto, Managing Editor and Founder, The Fifth Estate How do you do it? In this new segment we get practical when our very own Graz Van Egmond chats with a business, community or government professional on the 'nuts and bolts' of implementing sustainability into a business model, a program or even policy !   - Erika Martin, Ethics and Sustainability, ELK

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