Voluntary National Review Executive Summary The aim of the present Voluntary National Review is to provide information on the Brazilian preparation process and the strategies for the implementation of the Agenda as of Septemberwhen the Federal government committed in the United Nations General Assembly to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals and their targets. Initially, information that depicts Brazilian reality is provided based on social, economic and environmental data. The Report then outlines the steps that the country has taken towards the development of strategies for the internalization and localization of the Agenda. Chapter 4 presents a study on the convergence between the Federal government's planning instrument, public policy implementation and the SDGs targets.
Update 19 September Final Detailed Programme Update 12 September Update 03 September Location of the Symposium Venue Update 22 August Update 09 August Accommodation Alternatives with special rates updated.
Update 01 August Registration for applications is closed. Registrations will close on 1 August Logistics focal point assigned for participants by the Local Organizing Committee.
Update 01 June Update 16 May Application deadline for funding support is extended. Update 07 May Hands-on Workshop Update 10 April Accommodation Alternatives updated Update 03 April Online registration is now open.
Update 08 March Information Note Thank you for your interest in our Symposium. The programme consisted of opening and introductory sessions, keynote addresses, four technical sessions, two panel discussions, six poster sessions and a final session for discussion of observations and recommendations, followed by closing remarks by the co-organizers.
The oral and poster presentations delivered during the Symposium have already been made available online. Invitation Message from UNOOSA Director Simonetta Di Pippo Background Space technology and its wide range of applications contribute essential information and services to many aspects of sustainable development, that is, economic and social development and environmental conservation and protection.
Small satellite missions, which provide an affordable and low risk means to developing and using space technologies, are therefore becoming increasingly important in supporting sustainable development, as well as in the advancement of basic space science and technology, notably through capacity-building.
The relevant symposium reports, containing the objectives, symposium summaries, observations and recommendations made by participants are available from the BSTI Events page. Symposium Programme The Symposium programme will be structured around a series of dedicated topical sessions.Brazil Economic Outlook.
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