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ENGAGEMENT IN COMMUNITIES AND DIGITALIZATION

Together for more global responsibility: Participants of the regional development policy conference (Photo: SIMAMA STEHAuf e.V.).

100 VOICES FOR GLOBAL RESPONSIBILITY: AT THE REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT POLICY CONFERENCE IN KARLSRUHE, COMMITTED FROM BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG MEET REPRESENTATIVES OF THE CITY OF KARLSRUHE, THE MUNICIPALITY AND THE STATE POLICY AND PUT THEIR CONCERNS ABOUT GLOBAL JUSTICE ON THE POLITICAL AGENDA.

Around 13 people came together in the Karlsruhe Tollhaus on June 2023, 100 under the motto “Global responsibility concerns us all!” There they discussed with Karlsruhe's mayor Frank Mentrup as well as state secretary Rudi Hoogvliet, representatives of the state government and the state parliament at the development policy regional conference about how digitalization can contribute to reducing global inequalities and what civil society needs in its commitment to greater global sustainability.

In workshops, participants had demands from the areas of sustainable agriculture and nutrition, climate justice, migration and young engagement, education for sustainable development and global learning, drones and peace, inner development goals, fair trade, international partnerships with the Global South and social issues entrepreneurship developed. For example, the “Women of Impact” workshop was about feminist development policy and equal access to resources such as education and work for all people. The workshop “Climate Justice, Migration and Young Engagement” dealt with the central topics and target groups for questions of global justice. After the input lecture by Prof. Dr. Sama Mbang (TecFactory of Mercedes-Benz Cars Operations, Daimler) discussed the topic of “Digitalization and global inequalities: a global challenge for the common future”, Courtney Okolo (SIMAMA STEHAuf e.V.), Geraldine de Bastion (connective) and Prof. Dr. Robert Lepenies (Karlshochschule) on the podium about the potential of digitalization to reduce global inequalities.

Praise for civil society – Mayor Mentrup and State Secretary Hoogvliet pay tribute to their tireless commitment to Agenda 2030

Numerous committed civil society actors have been working for a more sustainable world for many decades. Mayor Mentrup acknowledged the contribution of those involved: “The realization of the 2030 Agenda with its 17 goals for sustainable development will largely depend on the performance and willingness to innovate of cities worldwide and their citizens. The many civil society associations, initiatives and groups in the municipalities play a special role here. I welcome the development policy regional conference as a platform for the exchange of expertise and experiences between organized civil society, the administration and the citizens of the region.”

Rudi Hoogvliet, State Secretary for Media and Development Policy, who represents Baden-Württemberg as the state's representative in Berlin, emphasized: "The development policy regional conference in Karlsruhe shows once again what great development policy commitment we have at the local level in our country" and continued “In view of many different crises and major debates about the problems in our globally networked world, meetings like today's are a strong counterpoint.”

Invitation from the country's experts for more global justice

The development policy regional conference was held in 2023 by the Karlsruhe association SIMAMA - STEHAuf, which is part of the One World Promoters program with regional promoter Sylvia Holzhäuer-Ruprecht. The One World Promoters are contact persons for all people in Baden-Württemberg who are looking for solutions to questions about more global justice. Be it in the areas of supply chains and fair trade relations, or questions about how more global sustainability can be brought to schools or what colonial history actually has to do with our lives today. The sponsor of the One World Promoters program is the umbrella association for development policy Baden-Württemberg e.V. (DEAB). The One World Promoters program emerged from the state's development policy guidelines, which formulate how global responsibility is politically anchored in Baden-Württemberg. The program is financed by the federal and state governments. The promoters have been contributing every day for ten years to implementing these guidelines and winning over both the political levels and citizens. Their excellent networking and specialist knowledge are an important resource for development policy actors in Baden-Württemberg. The regional promoters promote One World work, support those who are committed and win new actors in their respective region.

About the regional development policy conference

Asked at the regular development policy regional conference as part of the World: Citizens dialogue format! Representatives of local politics, state politics and the Council for Development Cooperation exchange ideas with the development policy base and those involved in the region about current issues of global inequalities. The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation coordinates the Council for Development Cooperation, which advises the state government on development policy issues.

About SIMAMA – STAND UP e.V.

SIMAMA – STAND UP e.V. is a non-profit association that promotes global responsibility and solidarity. With events such as the Regional Development Policy Conference, SIMAMA – STEHAuf e.V. aims to raise awareness of regional and global challenges and promote practical solutions.

About the DEAB

178 development policy organizations and networks in Baden-Württemberg, a total of over 400 groups and organizations, form the umbrella organization Development Policy Baden-Württemberg e.V. (DEAB). The central tasks of the umbrella organization, founded in 1975, are to support its members through information, advice, networking, training and the political representation of their concerns to politicians and the public. In addition, the DEAB office in Stuttgart is a service point for questions relating to global responsibility and sustainability. State politics, global learning, fair trade and openness to migration society are the focus of the work. DEAB is the publisher of the Südzeit journal. The DEAB is also the sponsor of the One World Promoter Program and the Intercultural Promoter Program. Information: www.deab.de

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Development policy as a question of future viability

The promoters of a world promoter program in Baden-Württemberg at the state development policy conference on April 15, 2023 in Stuttgart (photo credit: SEZ).

170 voices for global responsibility: At the state development policy conference in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg activists met representatives of state politics and put their concerns about global justice on the political agenda.

On April 15, 2023, around 170 people came together in the International Congress Center at Messe Stuttgart under the motto “Develop Baden-Württemberg – Global responsibility begins with us!” They discussed with representatives of the state government and the state parliament what needs to happen at a political level in Baden-Württemberg so that we don't live at the expense of others.

Baden-Württemberg, Berlin and the world

Rudi Hoogvliet, State Secretary for Media and Development Policy, who represents Baden-Württemberg as the state's representative in Berlin, sat down with members of the state parliament, organizations and those involved in the development policy map in Baden-Württemberg to discuss global future issues. The One World Promoters, who are experts in development policy in the country, invited the event. They are contact persons for all people in Baden-Württemberg who are looking for solutions to questions about more global justice. Be it in the areas of supply chains and fair trade relations, how more global sustainability can be brought to schools or what colonial history actually has to do with our lives today. The sponsor of the One World Promoters program is the umbrella association for development policy Baden-Württemberg e.V. (DEAB).

“The state government stands by its global responsibility, its educational work at home, the Baden-Württemberg development policy alliance and especially the ‘One World Promoter Program’, because we as a society will only achieve the 2030 Agenda together. I see development policy as a cross-sectional task of the state government, because we need a coherent, cross-departmental policy in order to achieve serious and ultimately productive cooperation for both sides. The global south needs us, but we need the countries there just as much,” said State Secretary Hoogvliet.

Members of the state parliament are very interested in issues of global responsibility

The members of the state parliament Josha Frey (Greens), Sebastian Cuny (SPD), Tim Bückner (CDU) and Georg Heitlinger (FDP/DVP) were represented at the conference with stage statements. Other members of the state parliament took part in the conference and took part in the content offerings organized by the One World promoters. Questions of global justice were discussed in nine workshops: for example, the global food transition and fairer supply chains, educational partnerships and migrant perspectives on the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals.

“The One World promoters in BW have an enormous amount of knowledge, specialist expertise and skills, have built up both regional and national specialist networks and are in regular contact with them. “It is therefore important that politics and administration, at local and state level, take the cooperation with the One World promoters seriously, call on their expertise and competencies and use them in a targeted manner,” said Dr. Dolgor Guntsetseg, who took up her new position as network coordinator of the One World Promoters Program Baden-Württemberg at DEAB in April and is therefore the successor to Claudia Duppel.

The country's experts for more global justice

The One World Promoters program emerged from the state's development policy guidelines, which formulate how global responsibility is politically anchored in Baden-Württemberg. The program is financed by the federal and state governments. The promoters have been contributing day after day for ten years to implementing these guidelines and winning over both the political levels and citizens. Their excellent networking and specialist knowledge are an important resource for development policy actors in Baden-Württemberg. They are the ones who prepare the results of the conference and make them available digitally so that they can be followed up by state politicians, the Council for Development Cooperation and other actors. From May 12, 2023, the results of the State Development Policy Conference can be found here: www.sez.de/entwicklungspoltische-landeskonzept.

About the development policy state conference

Asked at the annual state development policy conference as part of the World:Citizens dialogue format! The development policy base has the opportunity to contribute their ideas and initiatives and thus actively shape the country's development policy. The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation coordinates the Council for Development Cooperation, which advises the state government on development policy issues and invites people to the state conference.

About the DEAB

175 development policy organizations and networks in Baden-Württemberg, a total of over 400 groups and organizations, form the umbrella organization Development Policy Baden-Württemberg e.V. (DEAB). The central tasks of the umbrella organization, founded in 1975, are to support its members through information, advice, networking, training and the political representation of their concerns to politicians and the public. In addition, the DEAB office in Stuttgart is a service point for questions relating to global responsibility and sustainability. State politics, global learning, fair trade and intercultural openness are currently the focus of the work. DEAB is the publisher of the Südzeit journal. The DEAB is also the sponsor of the One World Promoter Program and the Intercultural Promoter Program. Information: www.deab.de

Further information

www.sez.de/entwicklungspolitik-landesconference-2023

https://www.deab.de/themen-programme/promotorinnen-programm/das-programm/

www.sez.de/themen/weltbürger-gefragt

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Development Policy State Conference 2023

Developing Baden-Württemberg – Global responsibility starts with us! Under this motto, you are cordially invited to the next state development policy conference on April 15, 2023 from 10:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m. in the International Congress Center Stuttgart (at the Fair Trade Fair).

Network and make your ideas for more global justice an issue! Be part of the development and global cooperation of Baden-Württemberg and come to the development policy state conference. Here you can help shape Baden-Württemberg's development policy. Meet state government representatives and politicians. Anyone can get involved in the development policy state conference – no special prior knowledge is necessary.

In 2023, the state development policy conference will belong entirely to the state's One World promoters: they will design the program, invite people to workshops and take their input into state politics. The invitation, the complete program and all information about registration can be found here on the conference website:

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#CreatingChangeBW – Young impulses for politics

At the state development policy conference with the Mindchangers Summit on April 23, 2022, young people will give new impetus to politics.

At the Development Policy State Conference x Mindchangers Summit (the x stands for “meets”) people interested and committed to development policy meet politicians and representatives of the Baden-Württemberg state government for a day as part of the World:Citizens in demand dialogue! In 2022, the focus of the annual development policy state conference will be on young engagement, which is why the Mindchangers Summit will take place at the same time. The event is about putting young people's issues on the development policy agenda, discussing them with politicians and networking with like-minded people. The stage is made by young people for young people and, with fresh formats such as Market of Opportunities, World Cafe and Fish Bowl, offers the opportunity to give new impetus to development policy. Everyone can bring openness, questions and ideas about development policy areas on topics such as global responsibility, climate justice, young engagement and much more.

Date and Location
April 23, 2022 10:00 a.m. – 15:00 p.m
Messe Stuttgart

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Fair Trade Fair 2022 is taking place

The next Fair Trade will take place from April 21st to 24th, 2022 at the Stuttgart Trade Fair.

Try fairly traded coffee from Burundi, learn about sustainable fashion by upcycling old jeans, listen to a reading by Tete Loeper and help shape the country's development policy guidelines - all of this is possible at the Fair Trade 2022 trade fair. Tickets and the attractive supporting program are now available online.

At Fair Handel, over 80 exhibitors will show trends and innovations relating to fair trade and conscious consumption from the areas of development cooperation and global partnerships, sustainable finance and tourism as well as future fashion and future fashion made in Africa. There are numerous activities at the stands that invite you to take part or try them out. In the special area of ​​Future Fashion you can give worn fashion a new shine in the upcycling workshop, get to know fashion designers in the Future Fashion Made In Africa Corner or have a cup of fairly traded partnership coffee at the Burundi Competence Center stand at the Burundi-Baden-Württemberg quiz enjoy. The Mindchangers offer opportunities for young people to participate in rethinking migration and climate change. An attractive cultural supporting program with readings, talks and more invites you to take part, watch and listen.

On April 23, 2022, those interested in development policy will meet with politicians and representatives of the Baden-Württemberg state government at the State Development Policy Conference x Mindchangers Summit. The event is about putting young people's issues on the development policy agenda, discussing them with politicians and networking with like-minded people. Mindchangers is a European Union project aimed at young people and encouraging rethinking of issues such as global justice, climate change and migration.

The international trade and consumer trade fair Fair Trade with a focus on fair trade and globally responsible action is a sales platform and at the same time an information and contact exchange for the industry, for the media, for decision-makers and consumers. The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) organizes Fair Trade together with Messe Stuttgart as part of the spring trade fairs. The SEZ is the technical and intellectual sponsor of the event.

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April 21 to 24, 2022, Stuttgart Trade Fair
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Thursday: 14:00 p.m. - 22:00 p.m
Friday to Sunday: 9:00 a.m. to 18:00 p.m

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Design for tomorrow now!

“What future do we want?” is the motto of the state development policy conference, which will take place digitally next Friday, September 17, 2021.

Invited by Council for Development Cooperation (REZ) Various actors and interested parties in Baden-Württemberg's development policy come together to develop new approaches to the focus on “communal engagement” together and through citizen dialogue. The Development policy state conference is the annual highlight Participation process World:Citizens asked! of the State Ministry of Baden-Württemberg and will take place in the presence of Rudi Hoogvliet, State Secretary for Media Policy and Federal Representative of the State of Baden-Württemberg. The aim is to network and involve those committed and interested in development policy in Baden-Württemberg and to set topics for development policy in the state.

In nine exciting workshops On topics such as responsible business, climate justice, Baden-Württemberg decolonial and Africa in view, participants can expect an inspiring exchange, new perspectives and the opportunity to network with one another. The state development policy conference sees itself as a platform for development policy actors and offers local community engagement the space for “This is what we do” and “This is what we need from politicians.” In the workshop “Youth in dialogue with politics! Strengthening young commitment to global responsibility” from the Baden-Württemberg Development Policy Association (DEAB) in cooperation with Mindchangers - the new project of the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) and the Baden-Württemberg State Ministry - young people can enter into an exchange with political decision-makers and better help shape a globally fairer future. But questions about international partnership also concern many committed people in Baden-Württemberg. How can the Burundi country partnership be designed in the coming years? How can the partnership with Burundi be anchored more firmly in Baden-Württemberg? And what role does the colonial past play in the partnership? TheBurundi Competence Center The SEZ would like to get to the bottom of precisely these questions in its workshop “State Partnership Burundi and Baden-Württemberg – What happens next?”

Further information and the multi-faceted program of the 2021 Development Policy Conference can be found on the here.

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Development policy state conference on September 17.09.2021, XNUMX

Participants of the state development policy conference in 2019 at the Stuttgart trade fair.

At the annual state development policy conference, committed citizens can help shape Baden-Württemberg's development policy.

Registration for the virtual development policy state conference on September 17, 2021 is now possible. At the annual conference on current development policy issues and new perspectives on global responsibility, committed people have the opportunity to discuss with representatives of the state government and thus put new impetus on the agenda. In open and inclusive discussion groups there is the opportunity to exchange ideas with each other - no special prior knowledge is necessary, because everyone can contribute to the development policy state conference.

By participating in the 2021 State Development Policy Conference, you are participating in the search for solutions for global responsibility in Baden-Württemberg and the establishment of equal partnerships. You can present your own content directly at your own free stand on the FAIRchange virtual market and thus exchange ideas and network directly with others. Further information about the 2021 Development Policy State Conference and the program and workshops can be downloaded here.

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REZ: Reorientation of Baden-Württemberg's development cooperation

The reorientation of the state's development cooperation (DC) was the focus of the first closed meeting in 2020 of the Baden-Württemberg Council for Development Cooperation (REZ). The REZ will develop a corresponding key points paper for the state government in the coming weeks.

The REZ experts agreed that the Covid-19 pandemic must be seen as an opportunity to sharpen our focus on developments in line with the 2030 Agenda and to look at them from a new perspective. Other topics on the REZ agenda were the Africa in Focus initiative and the racism and power-critical view of North-South relations.

The REZ advises the state government on the implementation of the development policy guidelines. The REZ includes representatives from various development policy and civil society organizations as well as the Protestant and Catholic churches. The REZ has been managed by the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) since January 1, 2020.

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That was the Fair Trade Fair 2022

Together for global responsibility: The SEZ trade fair team at Fair Trading 2022 / Ensemble pour une responsabilité global: the SEZ team at the Fair Trading 2022 (Photo: SEZ/Markus Karl).

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The Fair Trade 2022 trade fair attracted many visitors to Stuttgart and underlined the importance of development policy issues.

Over 80 visitors filled the halls of Messe Stuttgart from April 000 to 21, 24. The Stuttgart spring fairs took place there, which also include Fair Trade with its focus on globally responsible behavior and conscious consumption. After a two-year break due to the pandemic, over 2022 exhibitors showed trends and innovations relating to fair trade and conscious consumption from the areas of development cooperation and global partnerships, sustainable finance and tourism as well as future fashion and future fashion made in Africa. “We are pleased that so many people came to Fair Trade. Through their broad support of the idea of ​​fair trade, they have shown that, especially in times of crisis, it is important to build human bridges for our livable and peaceful world of tomorrow,” said Philipp Keil, Managing Director of the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ).

There were numerous activities at the Fair Trade stands that invited people to take part or try them out. In the special area of ​​Future Fashion you could give worn fashion a new shine in the upcycling workshop, for example the Burundian fashion designer Pierre Hardy MWETE with his art installation in the Future Fashion Made In Africa Corner Be. (as opposed to Not Be) or enjoy a cup of fair trade partnership coffee at the Burundi-Baden-Württemberg quiz at the Burundi Competence Center stand. The Mindchangers offered opportunities for young people to participate in rethinking migration and climate change. An attractive cultural supporting program with readings and talks offered some highlights, such as the Bahaga concert or the readings from “Barefoot in Germany” with Tete Loper and “Farman. When our roots catch up with us again” with Paruar Bako.

The political relevance of Fair Trade and its topics was underlined by the visits of several high-ranking politicians and by a multi-faceted offer for the development policy specialist audience. Dr. offered a moving introduction to the topic of global justice. Joy Alemazung, the mayor of the city of Heubach and expert in municipal development policy, who opened Fair Trade with a keynote speech. Thekla Walker, Minister for the Environment, Climate and Energy of the State of Baden-Württemberg, visited Fair Trade and opened it WIN forum. Cem Özdemir, Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture, spoke at the panel discussion “eco and fair for future” on the topics of nutrition and global justice and then attended the Future Fashion Forum. At the award ceremony for the Sindelfingen collegiate high school as a fair trade school, Sandra Boser, State Secretary in the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport, emphasized the importance of fair trade in schools.

A special highlight was that Development policy state conference with the Mindchangers Summit, in which the focus was on young people with their ideas for shaping a just world and in exchange with State Secretary Rudi Hoogvliet, who is responsible for development policy in the state government. Other political decision-makers, such as Sebastian Cuny, MdL and development policy spokesman for the SPD, Konrad Epple, MdL and board member of the SEZ, Josha Frey, MdL and development policy spokesperson for the Greens, Gisela Splett, State Secretary in the Ministry of Finance and Alena Trauschel, MdL and board member of the foundation board the SEZ, contributed their development policy expertise in various formats. The topic “Climate Justice in Burundi & Baden-Württemberg: One topic, two perspectives” was discussed at 40th Burundi Meeting The SEZ was brought into focus, among other things, through the input of Emmanuel Niyoyabikoze, climate protection activist and CEO of Greening Burundi. At the Municipal specialist conference The participants showed how municipalities can work even more successfully to implement the United Nations' sustainability goals.

The international trade and consumer trade fair Fair trade with a focus on fair trade and globally responsible action is a sales platform and at the same time an information and contact exchange for the industry, for the media, for decision-makers and consumers. The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) organizes Fair Trade together with Messe Stuttgart as part of the spring trade fairs. The SEZ is the technical and intellectual sponsor of the event. The next Fair Trade is expected to take place from April 13th to 16th, 2023.

​C'était la foire Fair Trade 2022

The Fair Trade Fair 2022 is the name of the visitors*TRICES in Stuttgart and the importance of the themes of the political development.

Plus the 80 visitors*trices ont rempli les halls de la “Messe Stuttgart” du 000 au 21 avril 24. C'est là que se sont déroulées les foires de printemps de Stuttgart, dont fair trade fait partie avec son accent sur le commerce Globally responsible and conscientious consumption. After a break in the second half of the pandemic, plus 2022 exposants*tes on the presentation of trends and innovations in the autour du commerce équitable et de la consommation responsable dans les domaines de la coopération au développement et des partenariats mondiaux, de la finance et The tourism is durable and the future mode of Made In Africa. “Nous sommes ravis qu’autant de personnes soient venues au salon Fair action. Par leur large soutien à l'idée du commerce équitable, elles ont montré qu'il est important, surtout en period de crisis, de constructire des ponts humains pour notre monde de main, un monde où il fait bon vivre et où la paix règne ", declared Philipp Keil, general manager of the Fondation pour la coopération au développement du Bade-Wurtemberg (SEZ).

Les stands de fair trade proposiient de nombreuses actions inviting à participant or à déguster. Ainsi, in the space special de Future Fashion, on you can get a new éclat à la mode portée dans the atelier d'upcycling, on the coin Future Fashion Made In Africa, on you can, for example, fair the connaissance of the Burundian fashion designer Pierre Hardy MWETE avec son installation artistique Be. (as opposed to Not Be) or taste a cup of café de partenariat issu du commerce équitable au stand du center de compétence Burundi en participant au quiz Burundi-Baden-Württemberg. Chez les Mindchangers, de young participants ont proposé de repenser la migration et le changement climate. A cultural attraction program with lectures and debates offers a series of moments, including the Bahaga concert or the lectures on “Barefoot in Germany” (Pieds nus en Allemagne) avec Tete Loper et « Farman. When our roots catch up with us again » (Farman. Quand nos racines nous rattrapent) avec Paruar Bako.

The pertinence politique de fair action et de ses thèmes a été soulignée par la visite de plusieurs politiciens*nnes de haut rang et par une offre aux multiples facettes pour le public spécialisé dans la politique de développement. Joy Alemazung, mayor of the ville d'Heubach and expert in politique de développement municipale, a ouvert the salon fair action par an allocution émouvante sur the theme of world justice. Thekla Walker, Minister of the Environment, Climate and Energy of the State of Bade-Wurtemberg, visited the Fair Trade Salon and opened the WIN forum. Cem Özdemir, Federal Minister of Food and Agriculture, expressed himself on the topics of food and global justice at the round table “eco and fair for the future” and an ensuite visit to Future Fashion Forum. Lors de la cérémonie de remise du label Fairtrade-School au Lycée de Sindelfingen, Sandra Boser, secretary d'État au ministère de la culture, de la youth et des sports du Bade-Wurtemberg, a souligné l'importance du commerce équitable dès l 'école.

The conference on the political development of the state, with the sommet of mind-changers, was a particulative moment: children and ideas for the creation of a world just outside the center of the debates and on the change of the secret 'État Rudi Hoogvliet, responsible for the political development of the Government of the State. D'autres décideurs*res politiques, like Sebastian Cuny, député et porte-parole du SPD pour la politique de développement, Konrad Epple, député et membre du conseil de fondation de la SEZ, Josha Frey, député et porte-parole des Verts pour la politique de développement, Gisela Splett, secretary d'État au ministère des finances and Alena Trauschel, députée and membre du conseil de fondation de la SEZ, ont également apporté leur expertise en matière de politique de développement dans différents formats. The theme “Justice climatique au Burundi & Bade-Wurtemberg: un subject, deux perspectives” a été mis en avant lors de la 40ème rencontre de la SEZ sur le Burundi, notamment par l'intervention d'Emmanuel Niyoyabikoze, activiste de la protection du climate and fondateur de Greening Burundi. Lors de la journée technique communale, les participants*tes ont montré comment les communes peuvent s'engager avec encore plus de succès dans la mise en œuvre des objectifs de durabilité des Nations Unies.

The International Salon of Professionals and Consommateurs*trices Fair trade, axé on le commerce équitable et le commerce globalement responsable, is à la fois une plate-forme de vente et une source d'informations et de contacts pour ledit secteur, les médias, les décideurs*res et les consommateurs*trices. The Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) organizes Fair Trade and collaboration with the Stuttgart Trade Fair in the cadre of print empties. The SEZ is the professional organization of this exposure. The Prochaine édition de Fair Trade is published from 13 to 16 April 2023.

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