Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

Since its creation in 1996, OCCAM has worked on digital communication developing research projects with various institutions and international organizations, publishing papers and documents, and taking part in multilateral events. 

 

More than 20 years of work centered on how to achieve the goals and proposition promoted by the United Nations.

 

In particular OCCAM has worked for achieving the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda by organizing the Infopoverty Conference; by writing reports and position statements submitted to the United Nations and on field projects for tackling challenges and achieving some of the Sustainable development goals. 

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Document and Papers

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Documents, Papers, and Reports of our activities within the UN 

Agenda and Final Declarations of the Infopoverty World Conferences from 2001 to 2021

  • I Infopoverty, 2001 Possible solutions 

  • II Infopoverty, 2002 From possible solutions to actions

  • III Infopoverty, 2003 New tools and best practices for development. The role of ICTs in reaching the MDGs

  • IV Infopoverty, 2004 New frontiers of the ICTs: services for development

  • V Infopoverty, 2005 Actors and strategies for development sigital technology to fight poverty 

  • VI Infopoverty, 2006 Fighting poverty to create prosperity for all 

  • VII Infopoverty, 2007 Harnessing the use of ICTs toward the Millennium Development Goals 

  • VIII Infopoverty, 2008 Low coast – Smart technologies to fight poverty and save the planet 

  • IX Infopoverty, 2009 ICT’S good use, abuse, refuse towards the Millennium Development Goals 

  • X Infopoverty, 2010 How the digital revolution can defeat poverty and Achieve the Lisbon and Millennium Development Goals 

  • XI Infopoverty, 2011 e-Services: The new paradigm for development and the achievement of the MDGs 

  • XII Infopoverty, 2012 Who drives the digital revolution? Development through innovation

  • XIII Infopoverty, 2013 ICTs – Innovations for Nation building and the empowerment of people

  • XIV Infopoverty, 2014 How the digital innovations can accelerate the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and help the Sustainable Development Goals

  • XV Infopoverty, 2015 Next sustainable development goals: the challenge before the Digital Era

  • XVI Infopoverty, 2016 ICTs as the tools for everyone to achieve dignity and freedom

  • XVII Infopoverty, 2017 Transferring knowledge and adequate technologies: the way to combat poverty and make the world safer

  • XVIII Infopoverty, 2018 Collective creativity and digital innovation: forging inclusive partnerships to sustain peace and development

  • XIX Infopoverty, 2019 How smart cities can fight poverty eliminating slums and promoting smart villages for rural development

  • XX Infopoverty, 2020 Towards the digital society inspired by SDGs

  • XXI Infopoverty, 2021 How to build a fairer and more inclusive Digital Society

THE GRAND CONVERSATION, June 21, 2021

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  • Download the President's welcome greetings.

  • Download the Final Resolution.

Publications

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Our Action in the World

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