PPPLab organizes a PPP Lunch Café on Dutch partnerships for the SDGs on June 28 in the New World Campus in The Hague. During the interactive session the challenges and opportunities for Dutch government-related PPPs for the SDGs in the coming years will be explored.
Partnerships between business, civil society organizations, public sector and knowledge institutes are a key mechanism to achieve the SDGs. The Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation emphasized the importance of partnering and the SDGs as framework for her recently published policy note ‘Investing in Perspective’. Even though partnerships are not new in the context of Dutch development policy, ‘SDG partnerships’ may provoke a number of new questions or exacerbate already existing challenges around PPPs.
On June 28 The PPPLab invites you to a “PPP Lunch Café” for dialogue on the role of the Dutch government in PPPs. While facilitating and supporting public-private partnerships, value for money and clear progress towards meeting the SDG targets is increasingly important. Experiences and insights will be shared in an interactive panel discussion with representatives involved in SDGs and PPPs from the Dutch government (Ton Boon von Ochssée, Advisor SDGs and Partnerships, tbc), business (Michiel de Bruin, Agrico) and civil society (Hugo Verkuijl, HIVOS and former CEO of Mali Biocarburant).
Lunch, tea/coffee is provided from 11.30 (mostly vegetarian).
Please register online. For more information you can contact .