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SDG SEMINAR: Citizen-centric approaches to achieving the SDGs in Africa: reflections from practice

23 October, 2019 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm SAST

Namhla Mniki will present Citizen-centric approaches to achieving the SDGs in Africa: reflections from practice on 23 October, from 12:30 to 14:00 as part of ACC’s on-going SDG Seminar series.

Namhla Mniki is a global development strategist leading African Monitor, an entity working to eradicate poverty, to create economic opportunities, and to empower African citizens to drive the achievement of sustainable development goals in Africa.

She specialises in citizen-centric sustainable approaches to development that promote accountable leadership and good governance in Africa and beyond.  Namhla is a global activist and speaker, having addressed high-level audiences from the United Nations to Heads of State in Africa and Europe.  She has worked extensively with various arms of the United Nations, including her current role as Cepei’s Expert Panel on United Nations Regional Review.  She is a patron for the Africa Youth SDGs Summit, a Global Peer Review Expert for the German government, and a member of the expert team for the Africa Progress Group and the World Economic Forum Africa.

Her latest work focusses on increasing knowledge of and building capacity for co-creation and collaboration across government, business and civil society to implement sustainable development strategies. She has a strong belief that a new paradigm of development delivery can benefit the world, focusing on innovation, collaboration, multi-sectoralism, co-creation, and broad participation.

WHEN: 23 October 2019
TIME: 12:30 to 14:00
VENUE: John Martin Boardroom, Level 5, New Engineering Building, Upper Campus, UCT



23 October, 2019
12:30 pm - 2:00 pm SAST
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John Martin Boardroom
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