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SDIA's Executive Chairman spoke at UN General Assembly Conference

The High-Level Thematic Debate on Digital Cooperation and Connectivity under the theme "Whole-of-Society Approaches to End the Digital Divide," convened by the President of the UN General Assembly (PGA), was held on Tuesday, 27 April.

SDIA's Executive Chairman Max Schulze spoke via video about what the SDIA is, what we do, and what we want to accomplish.

The goal of this debate was to generate political commitments and leverage new and existing partnerships to address the widening digital divide as the world drives its COVID-19 recovery efforts forward in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The SDIA's Roadmap to Sustainable Digital Infrastructure by 2030 defines activities that are based on the UN SDGs and makes measuring progress possible by implementing universal metrics.

Many important and interesting people ranging from member state representatives and UN entities, to technology and telecommunication leaders, experts in digital governance, and civil society attended this debate.

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If you want to watch the whole conference, go here>>>

Max Schulze
Max Schulze
Founder of the Sustainable Digital Infrastructure Alliance. Expert on Software Architecture, Technology & Cloud Infrastructure.

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