Development Deficit: Towards a Post 2030 Agenda

In the post-pandemic era, the global community needs a new framework for development and cooperation that is more agile, inclusive, and effective in addressing the complex challenges of our times. It must also ensure sustainable and equitable outcomes. Enhanced cooperation between the private sector, policy makers and civil society is vital here, to develop an agenda that takes into consideration the interests of diverse stakeholders and especially the Global South.

Virtual Address:

Amina J. Mohammed, Deputy Secretary-General, United Nations; Chair, United Nations Sustainable Development Group 


D.N. Dhungyel, Minister for Foreign Affairs and External Trade, Bhutan

Narayan Prakash Saud, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nepal

Tatjana Jović, Advisor to the President, Serbia

Angelo George, Chief Executive Officer, Bisleri, India

Isabelle Tschan, Resident Representative a.i, UNDP India


Jacqueline Lam, Regional Director for Asia, Sustainable Energy for All, Singapore