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Renewable Energies and resilient, smart, cities are at the forefront of national and supranational agendas and strategies. As governments, international organisations, academia, and other actors increasingly engage in policies pertaining to new technologies in energy and city management, it is imperative for all actors to grasp these technologies’ and policies’ connection to Human Rights, Food Security, Peacebuilding, Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), and the overarching Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) framework as a whole.

In this regard, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) and Global Hope Network International (GHNI) have committed to disseminating knowledge across all layers of society by organizing a high-level Panel Discussion on “Resilience in Cities and Renewable Energies through Technology: A Holistic Approach”, in which Ambassadors, Senior Public Officials, and world-class academics will offer their specialized insights on the bridges between resilient and smart city management through renewable energies and new technologies on one side, and on the other side, human rights, food security, peacebuilding, disaster risk reduction, and sustainable development as a whole.

The event is open to the public and will conclude with a dedicated Q&A session.

Palais des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
A/1-3 - A-1-3 - Room III
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