Agenda 2030 – ‘Goals for the Rich’
Arab NGO Network for Development (ANND) held a seminar to discuss issues related to Business and Human Rights in the context of the Pilot Project for the Promotion of Social Dialogue in the Southern Mediterranean Region.
In this framework, Roberto Bissio, Executive Director of Third World Institute (ITeM), was interviewed by Mr. Ziad Abdel Samad, ANND’s Executive Director, in a dialogue on the 2030 Agenda, the intersection of business and human rights and our mutual responsibility towards building a better world, and the ‘Goals for the Rich’ or the developed countries responsibility to advance the 2030 SDGs were addressed.
See the videos here:
See Video, part 1 here, in this this part, Mr. Roberto Bissio presents a general assessment of the Agenda 2030 that was adopted last year.
See Video, part 2 here, in part 2 Mr. Roberto Bissio reflects on ‘Goals for the Rich’ or the developed countries responsibility to advance the 2030 SDGs.
See Video, part 3 here, in part 3 Mr. Roberto Bissio reflects on the downfalls of the Agenda 2030 in tackling the development issues of the region.