PLENARY 4: GLOBAL AGENDA AND TERRITORIES OF COEXISTENCE AND PEACE

Event Date:
Start at 8:00 AM
October 7, 2020

EVENT DATE:

October 7, 2020, 8:00 a 9:30 (Times are in UTC-5:00 Mexico City time)

This keynote will address the institutional actions that municipal governments and associations are taking to overcome existing violence and build a city and a territory of coexistence and peace. All these actions make up a peace heritage that must be acknowledged and valued. The actions to be taken may be aimed at reversing existing situations of violence, preventing them, changing the values that underpin them or mitigating their effects. This keynote’s objective goes beyond sharing the specific actions that institutions and citizens are developing, it also aims to lay the groundwork for an international agenda for building coexistence and peace in cities and territories.

Method

● Keynote 4 will last 90 minutes.
● This will be broadcasted on Youtube and Facebook, and will be recorded and uploaded to the website, along with a report and video summary.
● The session will have two interaction channels: a chat to ask questions and an online query.
● A moderator will introduce the panel and give the floor to the speakers.
● Speakers will have up to 5 minutes to make their interventions.
● Halfway through the session, an online query will be made for interaction with keynote attendees.
● If time constraints allow, at the end of the session some questions will be gathered from the attendees using the chat.

Participants

CHAIR: Emanuele Giordana
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  • José Ángel Calle, General Director of the Extremadura Agency for International Cooperation, Junta de Extremadura
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  • Patrícia Menezes, Director of Planning, Education and Decentralization of Environmental Management of the State of Pará and co-founder of the ODS Brazil Network
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  • Gemma Santana, Director of the 2030 Agenda of the Presidency of México
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  • Pablo Vázquez Camacho, sous-secrétaire à la participation citoyenne et à la prévention du crime, Secrétariat à la sécurité des citoyens, Gouvernement of Ciudad de México
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  • Christian Luy, Coordinator of Decentralisation and Local Governance (DeLog)
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  • Juma Assiago, Specialist / Coordinator – Safe Cities Program of the UN-Habitat Urban Practices Branch
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  • Amy Gill, Local Governance Specialist, United Nations Development Programme
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  • Héctor Dada Sánchez, Director of the Subregional Office for México of the Ibero-American General Secretariat
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  • Hugo Beteta, Director of the Subregional Headquarters of the Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC)
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  • Lothar Rast, Coordinador de gobernanza de la GIZ México
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  • Guzmán Palacios, Director of Cultural and Scientific Relations of the Spanish Agency for International Development Cooperation Twitter