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Geneva Trialogue 2021 will take place online.
Geneva Trialogue 2021 "Scaling Open Innovation for the SDGs
On 18 March 2021, UNITAR and the University of Geneva host the third Geneva Trialogue edition, under the theme of "Scaling Open Innovation for the SDGs". The 2021Geneva Trialogue fosters communication and collaboration between academia, international organizations and the private sector, to tackle the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
This year, the Geneva Trialogue will connect initiatives, learnings and envisioned opportunities around open innovation, through which the SDGs can be imple-mented and progress.
International participants can attend and interact in 7 thematic panel discussions, led by partners from International Geneva, from the European Crowd4SDG proj-ect, from the Geneva Tsinghua Initiative and from the University Global Coalition.
The 2021 Geneva Trialogue marks the start of the Open Geneva Festival, from 18 - 28 March 2021, where the Trialogue sessions will continue as hands-on work-shops and interactive hackathon experiences.