HLPF 2017: Pam Rajput's QA Response on Science-Policy Interface and Emerging Issues

“Public policy should be based on independent science, rather than ideology, on social, gender and environmental assessments, and include full participation in planning and decision making of diverse stakeholders”

Pam Rajput (MDS and WOMEN 2030) delivered her combined statement on behalf of the Women’s Major Group, during the 10th Meeting of the HLPF 2017,  Eradicating poverty in all its forms and dimensions through promoting sustainable development, expanding opportunities and addressing related challenges, on Science-Policy Interface and Emerging Issues, in New York, on the 14th July, at the UNHQ. 

Download the statement here.

Watch her speech here.