Tri-Sector Forum 2018 – Partnership-Driven Innovation

COUNTRY

Singapore

Date & time

25 April 2018

6:00pm

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25 April 2018

8:30pm

About this event

Organisations ​and ​societies ​are ​increasingly ​challenged ​to ​enhance ​their ​sustainability ​and ​resilience. ​Innovation ​is ​central ​to ​enhancing ​the ​sustainability ​of ​the ​shared ​human, ​social ​and ​environmental ​capital ​that ​our ​economic ​and ​financial ​systems ​depend ​upon. ​The ​United ​Nation’s ​Sustainable ​Development ​Goals ​(SDGs) ​list ​16 ​substantive ​goals ​for ​ending ​extreme ​poverty ​and ​hunger, ​improving ​human ​well-being, ​and ​reversing ​the ​worst ​of ​environmental ​degradation. ​

The ​SDGs ​also ​list ​a ​unique ​17th ​goal. ​“Partnerships” ​(that ​bridge ​the ​private, ​public, ​and ​civil ​society ​sectors) ​were ​named ​as ​the ​means ​for ​achieving ​the ​other ​16 ​ambitious ​SDGs. ​Cross-sector ​partnerships ​enable ​more ​efficient ​use ​in ​a ​resource-constrained ​world. ​They ​can ​also ​unleash ​innovative ​new ​approaches ​and ​perspectives ​to ​unlock ​untapped ​resources ​and ​uncover ​new ​forms ​of ​value. ​ ​

The ​Tri-Sector ​Forum ​2018 ​will ​showcase ​how ​cross-sector ​partnerships ​are ​innovatively ​addressing ​Glo-cal ​challenges ​– ​ones ​that ​each ​nation ​faces, ​but ​that ​are ​also ​shared ​in ​many ​other ​parts ​of ​the ​world. ​The ​forum’s ​panel ​discussion ​and ​the ​students’ ​presentations ​will ​also ​address ​issues ​of ​inclusiveness ​and ​equity, ​as ​these ​are ​essential ​to ​the ​sustainability ​of ​our ​societies ​and ​systems.

VENUE 
Ngee ​Ann ​Kongsi ​Auditorium
Singapore ​Management ​University ​School ​of ​Accountancy ​Building
60 ​Stamford ​Road. ​Singapore ​178900 ​

TIME ​
6:00pm ​to ​8.30pm ​(Refreshments ​served ​afterwards)
*Should ​you ​require ​a ​Halal ​meal, ​please ​email ​us ​separately ​at ​mtsc@smu.edu.sg

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