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How Do We Want To Live Well Together? A New Eco-Social Contract

Date: 10 Nov 2021


How Do We Want To Live Well Together? A New Eco-Social Contract
UNRISD, together with the Green Economy Coalition (GEC), is proud announce the launch of a new initiative: the Global Research and Action Network for a New Eco-Social Contract in order to explore the promise of a new eco-social contract as a way of responding to pressing social and ecological challenges.

The network will be a space for dialogue, debate, co-construction and action around the meaning of a new eco-social contract; good practices for its design; and accountability frameworks for its application. It will bring together research, practice, advocacy and policy decision-making communities working for social, climate and environmental justice in a progressive knowledge and action alliance.

Read our Issue Brief to find out more about eco-social contracts.

The launch event


The launch will take place at the Bonn Symposium.
  • Date: 10 November 2021
  • Time: 16:00 – 17:30 CET
  • Place: UN Campus Bonn/Online via Zoom

To attend remotely, please sign up to the Bonn Symposium, making sure to check the box for attendance at the UNRISD Network Launch.

Confirmed speakers


Rhoda Boateng
Programme Coordinator, International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC), Africa

Paul Ladd
Director of UNRISD

Elisa Loncón Antileo
President of the Chilean Constitutional Commission and one of the representatives of the Mapuche people on the Commission
Indigenous rights activist

Kumi Naidoo
Activist, former director of Greenpeace and Amnesty International
Podcast host at „Power, People and Planet“ (powerpeopleplanet.org)

Maristella Svampa
Sociologist, Professor at the Universidad Nacional de la Plata, Argentina


Moderator: Oliver Greenfield, GEC

Acknowledgement


UNRISD work on the New Eco-Social Contract Network is supported by funding for the UNRISD Bonn Programme provided by Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), and supported by institutional funding from Sweden, Switzerland and Finland

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