Welcome to SDG Youth Summit 2022
What We Do
SDG in Bangladesh
Bangladesh SDGs Progress Report 2020 The first Bangladesh progress report on SDGs implementation was prepared in 2018 following a rigorous methodological framework.
The SDG Youth Summit will be organized with four major objectives.
Inspiration for Human Welfare Parents Ageing foundation, Bekarotto Hotaw, Youth
Registration is going on..!
SDG Youth Summit 2022
Registration process will be continued till 7th July 2022.
SDG Youth Summit 2022 Benefits:
Benefits included in registration Fee for International/national Participants; Visa Assistance and Local travel including Airport Drop and Pic (for International participants as well as mentioned Opportunities.
01. All meals including Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Evening Snacks
02. Meet with like minded young social entrepreneurs and Opportunity to interact with Leaders
03. A chance to share your social impacts
04. Peace, Education, Innovation, Presentation on SDGs and the role of youth and their aspiration as 4th industrial revaluation entrepreneurs , Startup, Gender and Climate Action & Leadership Capacity Building Sessions
05. Interactive Panel Talks
06. Keynote speeches
07. Awards & Certifications
Benefits not included in registration Fee for International Participants; Airfare
Bangladesh is now in the journey of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030. The core essence of the SDGs is to Leave No One Behind (LNOB). The goals and targets of the SDGs are ambitious and interconnected. The 2030 Agenda identifies youth as one of the vulnerable groups which at the same time have the potential to arise as the driving force of any development approach. The SDGs recognize the need of providing a nurturing environment to the youth generation through ensuring quality education and decent jobs. So that they can apprehend the full realization of their rights and capabilities. Achieving this global agenda will require the knowledge, innovation and enthusiasm of the dynamic youth force. It is necessary to have strong and effective partnerships between young people and all implementing stakeholders. More than ten goals of the SDGs are directly related to the youth. The World Programme of Action for Youth (WPAY) by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA) identified 86 indicators, among the 232 of the SDGs, which are relevant and provide information on the development of the youth.