In 2015, all 193 member-states of the United Nations voted to adopt the UN Sustainable Development Goals. These 17 goals were described by former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon as “a roadmap to ending global poverty, building a life of dignity for all and leaving no one behind.”
But with the global spread of Covid-19, the UN is addressing a unique humanitarian crisis while adapting its responses to the existing SDGs.
This panel of experts will examine the UN’s efforts with a special focus on employment and labor protection issues.
"The UN Sustainable Development Goals During Coronavirus" is part of the virtual discussion series Global Fragility and Pandemic: Insight from Asia and Notre Dame, a collaboration between the Liu Institute and Notre Dame International. Read about the series here.
This panel discussion will be held through a Zoom webinar.
Moderator and Panelists
Senior Assistant Provost for Internationalization, Notre Dame International, University of Notre Dame
Associate Professor of Human Rights Law and Global Affairs, Keough School of Global Affairs, University of Notre Dame
Associate Professor and Assistant Dean for International Law, Peking University
Originally published at asia.nd.edu.