Here's what to look out for on the final day of SDIM23.
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SDIM23: Everything you need to know about Day 4

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Here's what to look out for on the final day of SDIM23. Image: Unsplash/Michael Discenza

Kate Whiting
Senior Writer, Forum Agenda

This blog will be updated throughout the day.

  • The World Economic Forum's Sustainable Development Impact Meetings are being held from 18 to 22 September in New York.
  • From economic development in frontier markets to youth perspectives on the SDGs, here’s what you need to know about Day 4.
  • Also... catch up on what you missed on Day 3, including decarbonizing industry and closing the gender gap.

Welcome to the fourth and final day of SDIM23!

Today, we'll be getting the youth perspective on what we can do to meet the Sustainable Development Goals.

If you missed Day 3, catch up with our highlights blog here. You can read our deep dive into what to expect here, and join the conversation online using our hashtag #SDIM23.

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Today’s sessions

How are key stakeholders paving the way to enable investment and deliver significant economic development, increase community resilience and reduce aid dependency in frontier markets?

Norway’s Minister of International Development, Anne Beathe Tvinnereim, joined other experts to discuss.

She said: "If we are serious about leaving no one behind, we need to think outside of the box."


Peter BenHur Nyeko, Co-Founder and Managing Director, Mandulis Energy, who was in a refugee camp in the 1980s, said if we put humans on the moon, anything is possible.


This session will feature young changemakers attending the UN General Assembly to discover their perspectives and experiences on shaping
the multilateral system. The discussion will feature calls to action to government and business leaders, and demonstrate why engaging and empowering young innovators, activists and entrepreneurs is imperative for accelerating the achievement of the Global Goals.

Further reading on SDIM23

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