TF 5 – 2030 Agenda and Development Cooperation

2030 Agenda and Development Cooperation

Policy areas:

  • Funding debt relief in a post-COVID-19 world
  • The role of the multilateral development system in response to the COVID-19 crisis: how to measure progress
  • Promoting multidimensional approaches to tackle poverty
  • Private sector engagement for the SDGs: the role of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
  • SDGs strategies for gender equality and women empowerment in low-and middle-income countries
  • Sustainable technologies as drivers for sustainable development
  • Promoting sustainable agri-food systems to drive the transition towards better production and consumption models
  • Availing existing financial frameworks to enable a clean and sustainable transition in the transport sector
  • Boosting quality and problem-solving based higher education to support sustainable cities and communities
  • Strengthening creative economy solutions and cultural industries
  • Investing in justice and rule of law to achieve the SDGs in times of COVID-19

Lead Co-Chair:

Stefano Manservisi

IAI Scientific Advisor; Chair of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund – GCERF, and Special Advisor to Commissioner Gentiloni


Carlo Andrea Bollino 

Professor of Economics – University of Perugia

Homi Kharas 

Senior Fellow – Global Economy and Development, Center for Sustainable Development, Brookings Institution

Ivonne Lobos Alva  

Lead Research Fellow for work on the Sustainable Development Goals – SEI Latin America

Yose Rizal Damuri  

Head of the Department of Economics – Center for Strategic and International Studies

Elizabeth Sidiropoulous 

Chief Executive – The South African Institute of International Affairs


Daniele Fattibene

Research Fellow (IAI)

TF5 Policy Briefs – 2030 Agenda and Development Cooperation

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