2021-23 Indigenous Global Unity Summit on Glocalizing the SDGs

A weekly platform for presenting Indigenous perspectives related to the AHIABGA process of Glocalizing the SDGs and other relevant subjects




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The¬†Global Unity Network, supported by AHIABGA – PARXTC and platforms such as eZ-XPO, had introduced this weekly platform during¬†the 2nd¬†Sunlight Spectacle 2021¬†event on June 10th, 2021¬†that began this weekly series of discussions that will allow indigenous people and their supporters from Turtle Island to connect with other indigenous communities and people from around the world in order to have frank conversations and be given an opportunity to present and discuss their own personal and collective perspectives and ideas related to the AHIABGA process of¬†Glocalizing the SDGs¬†and other relevant subjects that they believe are important matters for all World Citizens to know or be aware of — and particularly for YOUTH and All future Leaders in both the Developed world and, especially in the Developing world to understand, so that the next generation of Leaders do not repeat our mistakes, especially as humanity collectively enters the¬†Decade of Action¬†to Deliver the¬†Sustainable Development Goals¬†(the current “SDG Period”), which is only the second 15 year timeframe of the MDG’s (the “Millennium Development Goals”), which refers to the original¬†Thousand Year Plan for achieving Peace on Earth¬†through a fundamental transformation of humanity from “Homo Confligiere” to “Homo Amore Universalis”.

Subjects of discussion related to the journey that humanity is taking toward achieving true¬†“World Peace” and Unity¬†as “Global citizens” may range from Mental Health, Recovery from Trauma, Finance, Leadership, Humanitarian Advocacy, Breaking the Cycles of Uncertainty, Navigating the ‚Äúnew normal‚ÄĚ, Expanding our Collective and Individual Horizons in understanding our Interconnectedness, Care and Protection of Mother Earth and Each Other, and Bridging the unique Challenges of the 21st Century.

Discussions can also include how government and communities can collectively work with individuals across multiple sectors of our societies so that we can come together and rise to the occasion, such that will be able to face all of our many challenges simultaneously, inclusively, and sustainably and with creative, impactful solutions that are discovered through respectful, inclusive, empathetic and genuine conversations among members of communities and that extend all the way down to the lowest “grass-roots” levels, but that also extend beyond one‚Äôs own community in an effort to bridge the many geographical, political, institutional, commercial, religious, language and cultural barriers and borders that too often separate us as Human Beings.

Events will take place on a weekly basis every week on Thursday.

These events were to be broadcast for 50 weeks in Total (up until the week of “Africa Day”, May 25th 2022), but will now take place at least until *the end of 2023* (December), ensuring that we align our efforts with those of the¬†UN Global Compact 2021-23 Vision.

Ref: Policy Document (2021):

UN Global Compact Strategy 2021‚Äď2023

“A [new] strategy that spells out our ambition to accelerate and scale the global collective impact of business by upholding the Ten Principles and delivering the SDGs through accountable companies and ecosystems that enable change.”

The event is finished.


Jun 09 2022


11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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