The First China (Sichuan) Senior Welfare and Wellness Industry Development Summit Programme, Chengdu, 26th October 2017

Presentation given by Raymond Saner titled “Silver Tsunami or Silver Opportunities? Platforms for Engagement”

 

All Academy Symposium on "INTERRELATIONSHIP OF BUSINESS AND PUBLIC GOODS" AoM Annual Conference, Atlanta, August 2017

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A Colloquium on “Is A Living Wage Bad for The Economy?” A contribution to the implementation of SDG 8 of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

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UN Library Talk: Roundtable on “How to Ensure Ageing with Dignity?” – A Contribution to the Implementation of SDG3 of the “2030 Sustainable Development Goals”

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pdf Summative Report

Greening the World Trade Organisation is an imperative to accompany the implementation of the Paris Agreement adopted during the COP 21 in December 2015.

“Yet, there is no place for complacency. Time is running out, and unless decisive steps are taken to speedily walk the talk and translate ambitious global commitments into concrete actions at global, regional, national and local levels, the Paris Agreement will fail to deliver and sufficiently reduce climate change” (ECPDM editorial, May/June 2016).

A UN Library Talks Geneva event organised by the United Nations Office Geneva in collaboration with CSEND on Wednesday 15 June 2016. This Library event aims to debate the philosophical, economic, social, and pedagogical aspect of education in the context of achieving SDG Goal 4, “Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all”.

CSEND management team participated in the 2016 UNECE conference on PPP and SDGs. Particularly, Raymond Saner developed an evaluation grid to assess PPP case examples which were discussed during the morning session of the 3-day conference. 

Democratizing the PPP standard setting process of the health sector. 

Participation of Civil Society Organisations in the United Nations and in the Aid Effectiveness Discourse and Related Standard-Setting Negotiations. 

Is Private-Sector Participation in Water Provision the Right Option for Developing Countries? An Analysis through Case Studies. 

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