Future strategic vision for SUDAN sustainable development
Thursday 20th – Friday 21st June 2019, International Maritime Organization (IMO), London – UK
The aim of this two-day conference is to ensure that Sudanese Diaspora groups are involved in the development and review of policies that impact on the future of Sudan. They are consulted with regard to the objectives and desired outcomes of the policy, and the best means of achieving them.
This exciting conference will bring together international experts and high level Sudanese Diaspora (students, researchers, practitioners, policy-makers, ordinary citizen) from the public and private sectors to share their strategic vision on the critical situation in Sudan and how the Diaspora can contribute to help Sudan achieve a sustainable and inclusive sustainable development (SD). The conference will analyse the status quo of Sudan uprising and the current challenges facing the uprising to achieve its objectives as well as the different dimensions and perspectives of the likely future challenges and the changing global paradigms.
For Sudan to succeed in the future, Sudanese youth must be equipped with all necessary skills and capabilities to mange and adapt to future challenges. We therefore encourage the participation of youth in the debate and we are keen to make their voices heard and consequently enabling the decision makers to consider those views and ideas in their big decisions.
It is hoped that the conferences will be a good opportunity for all Sudanese diaspora to reflect on their knowledge and experience for Sudan’s efforts to achieve SD. New perspectives on how these can be improved to better serve their goals will be developed. The conference also aim to learn lessons from the successful communities across the world.
United Nations International Maritime Organization (IMO) at the following address: