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Friday May 27th, 2022

[Task Force 9 T20 Indonesia Side Event] Enhancing Philanthropies’ Contributions in SDGs Blended Financing

Philanthropic foundations play an essential role in sustainable development – not only in mobilizing financial resources but also as development actors in their own right (OECD, 2015). Nonetheless, despite the promising role of philanthropic institutions, additional efforts from various stakeholders are required to further enhance their contributions to SDGs blended financing.

Task Force 9 T20 Indonesia, in collaboration with Filantropi Indonesia, will hold a webinar that explores enabling environments to further increase philanthropies’ contributions to SDGs financing.

The webinar will be held on:

🗓️ Tuesday, August 9, 2022
⏰ 7 p.m. Jakarta Time (GMT +7)

Registration Link:

Keynote Speakers:
1. Bambang Brodjonegoro
Lead Co-Chair of T20 Indonesia; Professor, University of Indonesia

2. Erna Wiotelar
Advisory Board Member, Filantropi Indonesia

1. Rajiv J. Shah*
President, Rockefeller Foundation

2. Belinda Tanoto
Board of Trustee, Tanoto Foundation

3. Vivi Yulaswati
Head of Indonesia’s SDGs National Secretariat, G20 Development Working Group

4. Syed Munir Khasru,
Chairman, The Institute for Policy, Advocacy, and Governance (IPAG); Co-Chair and author of Task Force 9 T20 Indonesia

Teguh Dartanto
Co-Chair of Task Force 9 T20 Indonesia; Dean, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Indonesia

Contact Person :
0812 9613 7616 (Ryan)
0812 9601 3826 (Bryan)

*to be confirmed

Task Force 7 International Finance and Economic Recovery of T20 Indonesia, in collaboration with LPEM FEB UI, proudly presents our side event titled “Managing Elevated Risks of Climate Transition”.

Global economy are facing the various challenges ranging from the recovery issues of Covid-19 pandemic, geopolitical tension, monetary tightening, to global inflationary pressure. The current state of economy has put the climate transition plan and actions in jeopardy and put millions of people at risk in the long-run.

This event aims to address the current climate transition challenges on the aspect of financial stability, socioeconomic development, and global coordination to achieve inclusive, just, and affordable climate transition.

Join us online for the session on:
Thursday, June 2nd, 2022
18.30-22.00 (Jakarta Time GMT+7) / 07.30 – 11.00 EDT (GMT-4)

Register yourself through the link below:

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