Giuliana Chaves Moreira of the Pacific Institute will join a panel at the Sustainable Development Goals Festival in Sao Paulo, Brazil on November 13th, 2019. The festival will be held by the Public Agenda in support of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The festival seeks to reach viable solutions to problems in today’s complex world by promoting essential dialogue between different sectors.
The festival will present solutions with concrete paths to sustainable development in Brazil. The event will bring together civil society, government, and private sector actors to devise solutions that can resolve the day-to-day challenges of public management.
In this first edition of the festival, the SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities will be addressed to connect people interested in turning ideas into action and driving positive impacts on cities. Ms. Moreira’s panel, “A Systemic Vision for Sanitation: Accessing, Financing, and Management,” will explore how the supply of sanitation services can be expanded in Brazil.
The context of sanitation is complex and has numerous phases that affect the quality of citizens’ lives. The panel will explore how the key to achieving universal access to basic sanitation for the entire Brazilian population can be found in the implementation of a combination of solutions. Some of the solutions discussed in this panel have already been implemented in cities, expanding access to basic services and achieving the goals of SDG 6 and SDG 11.
The panel will be held at 3:30 Brazil Time on November 13th, 2019 at Biblioteca Mário de Andrade, Rua da Consolação, 94, República, São Paulo – SP, Brazil.
More information on the event can be found here.