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Role of Innovations for the Sustainable Development Goals – UNTIL India at AIC Raise SDG Saturdays
Role of Innovations for the Sustainable Development Goals – UNTIL India at AIC RAISE SDG Saturdays

AIC RAISE, supported by Atal Innovation Mission, NITI Aayog in India, organizes the webinar series SDG Saturdays to understand the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDG), their objectives and how to get involved.

Mr. Rajive Gulati, Senior Programme Officer and Head Incubation of the UN Technology Innovation Labs (UNTIL) in India, will speak online ar SDG Saturdays on 16 May 2020, 18:00 – 19:00 IST. It will be an interactive session about the "Role of Innovations for the Sustainable Development Goals".

This panel discussion on technology innovation will provide leading innovators, thought leaders, and technology companies a chance to engage on how to increase the understanding and awareness of the opportunities and challenges of new technology and exponential change.

The event will rally leading innovators and technology companies to develop, incubate and resource cutting-edge innovations to solve pressing challenges in support of the SDG.

Moreover, the discussion will explore how to support collaborative platform(s) to facilitate the sharing of the best ideas and innovations to inform policy and inspire collective action for scale and global impact.

AIC RAISE is an initiative by Rathinam Group of Institutions in India. It creates a holistic ecosystem for social startups for maximizing profits while maximizing benefits to society and the environment, established under the Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) of NITI Aayog, Government of India.

Click here to register for the webinar.
Limited spaces available.

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Secretary General

"The advances of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, including those brought on by a combination of computing power, robotics, big data and artificial intelligence, are generating revolutions in health care, transport and manufacturing.  
I am convinced that these new capacities can help us to lift millions of people out of poverty, achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and enable developing countries to leap‑frog into a better future."

23 March 2018, New York