Join the conversation on culture’s contribution to sustainable development.
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- Are you interested in the role of culture and heritage for social, economic and environmental development in the UK and globally?
- Are you working on projects that reduce inequalities, and would you like to learn more about the Sustainable Development Goals?
- Do you have expertise to share on measuring impact and effecting change?
The Missing Pillar Talks is a series of panel conversations about culture’s contribution to sustainable development. We began by looking through a heritage lens on 29th March with 'Heritage and sustainable development: learning from the past, shaping the future'. Next, we will focus on the role of people, organisations, and places in ‘Working together – culture, place and partnership for sustainable development’ in May. Follow the Talks online and add your voice to the conversation using the hashtag #TheMissingPillar.
The Missing Pillar Talks are brought to you by the British Council in partnership with the United Kingdom National Commission for UNESCO and the Culture Committee of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG). The first talk on heritage and sustainable development was part of the three day event Heritage of Future Past.