Regine Guevara is a peace activist who is currently an intern for The Abraham Fund Initiatives in Israel and a fellow for the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network's Local Pathways Fellowship Program. She graduated with an MA in Conflict Resolution from Brandeis University, and the Program on Negotiation of Harvard Law School. Raised Christian in the Philippines, with a Jewish ancestry, and a student of Sufi Islam, Regine embraces her multi-cultural heritage as she travels the world, learns different religions and cultures, cooks global cuisines, and catwalks fashion trends.
Sri Lanka strives for the Global Goals
Preluding the High-Level Political Forum 2017, SDSN Youth and The Social Investment Consultancy created a policy brief outlining concrete recommendations for key stakeholders (including amongst others impact investors, policy-makers, universities and societies at large) to advance youth innovation for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Here follows the first post in a series of three outlining how to support youth-led innovation for the SDGs.
“We are here as thinkers, because we actually need the thinking right now. There is very little to be complacent about.” (Jeffrey D. Sachs in his T20 speech)
The SDG Index and Dashboards was written by experts of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) and the Bertelsmann Stiftung, under the lead authorship of UN Special Advisor and world-renowned economist Prof. Jeffrey Sachs.
Regine Guevara is a peace activist specializing in youth and women empowerment, and inter-faith dialogue. She is currently a fellow for the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network's Local Pathways Fellowship Program, focusing on peace building in Southeast Asia and the Middle East.