Getting from crisis to systems change

In order to help leaders build back better after covid19, we co-created a document in a collective effort never seen before.

I am beyond proud to be a member of the coalition of social entrepreneurs Catalyst 2030. We are working together to reach the SDGs by 2030.

I am proud to have contributed my learning and the ones of Venezia Autentica and Overtourism Solution to our report launched on July 8th:  “Getting from crisis to systems change: Advice for leaders In the time of COVID” .

The document is the result of three months of productive collaborative co-creation by more than 1,600 organisations lead by Catalyst 2030 members.

The document itself is a quick read, followed with abundant annexures diving into individual issues roadmaps, such as health, climate, and the transformation of tourism for example. 

The main goals of the report are:

-to make the case for collaborations across sectors and with social entrepreneurs to transform our systems and reach the SDGs 

-to share social entrepreneurs’ proven solutions and policy recommendations garnered from their experience on the ground

Welcoming our report during a live online fireside chat, the UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina J Mohammed said she would take our proposals seriously and make it a priority to collaborate more effectively with social entrepreneurs. “We need to find a robust partnership with Catalyst 2030; an agenda together that is co-created,” she said enthusiastically. Exciting, isn’t it?

You can view the report here

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Hi! I am an entrepreneur, social innovator, sustainability advocate, tech4good practitioner, as well as a speaker and advisor. I have chosen to dedicate my life to making a positive impact by inventing solutions to our biggest challenges and helping others be successful at achieving their mission. I love tech & innovation and work to build a fairer and more sustainable world. You can follow me on twitter at Valeria Duflot (@DuflotValeria), connect on Linkedin and learn more about me and my work at:

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