Poor people are excluded from development and are often invisible, also for decision makers and managers of projects and programs. Reaching out to these people is essential for achieving the central goal of post-2015 UN Development Agenda: ‘Eradicating extreme poverty from the face of the earth by 2030’.
On 29 November, the Dutch Platform Leave No One Behind will meet again to discuss the several issues related to this topic.
This session we have a full agenda that includes amongst others a presentation of Rob Hulsen, who is from the serious game company Hulan. He will talk about the use of games with regard to in- and exclusion. Also, Bart Romijn, director of Partos, will join us and talk about the proposition of ‘trickle-up’ which will be further developed in 2019. You might want to read already his column about this proposition as preparation for this afternoon! Bart Steenhuijsen Piters from the KIT will continue on the principles of ‘trickle up and -down’. He contributed to the report on Trade and Aid in Dutch Cooperation. Furthermore, Jan Willem Nieuwenhuys of Fair Capital talks about Social Impact Bonds. Want to know more about this topic already? Check an example published on WeForum.org.
Time: 10:00 – 13:00
Location: Bildung.city – Spaklerweg 79, Duivendrecht
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