Resource kit to implement the 2030 Agenda
WHO/Europe has launched a new tool, the E4As Guide, meant as a resource kit for countries to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Guide has been developed with national authorities, civil society and academia and can be used by anyone with an interest in promoting and protecting health and well-being for all at all ages.
The tool is available here
Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) 2021
During the Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC) 2021, SIGHT, with support from the Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, coordinated subtheme four: “COVID-19 and the global megatrends”. This included the co-delivery of five webinars and a plenary session together with Ashley McKimm (BMJ), Rintaro Mori (UNFPA), John Balbus (NIEHS), the WHO and USAID, amongst other collaborators.
A new film portraying how children’s lives are at risk due to the threat of antibiotic resistance
Life-threatening infections in children are becoming untreatable. ReAct releases a short film and a global survey to get the attention from leaders in governments, from donors and from professional societies and civil society. Leaders need to act now.
Crown Princess of Sweden gave the inaugural speech on World Children's Day
”A future for the world’s children” was organized on the World Children’s Day November 20th 2020 by Karolinska Institutet, The Swedish Society of Medicine, Unicef Sverige and SIGHT.
A presentation by Göran Tomson, Councelor UN 2030 Agenda, Karolinska Institutet and co-founder of SIGHT, on SDGs and higher education:
“SDGs have set the 2030 Agenda to transform our world and ensure health and wellbeing, economic prosperity and environmental protection by tackling multiple major challenges facing humankind. You could say the SDGs are like ‘A survival kit for humankind’”