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Frontiers of Inclusive Innovation: Formulating technology and innovation policies that leave no one behind
Science, technology and innovation (STI) can increase the efficiency, effectiveness and impact of efforts to meet the ambitions of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The successful adoption of existing innovations has enabled many economies to sustain economic growth.
Tourism is a priority sector for the Government of Indonesia and plays an important role for economic growth and employment creation. Indonesia has diverse and rich landscapes and natural ecosystems that position the country as an attractive destination for tourists.
Inclusive businesses (IB) are companies that provide goods, services, and livelihoods on a commercially viable basis, either at scale or scalable, to people living at the base of the economic pyramid by making them part of the value chain of companies’ core business as suppliers, distributors,…
Science, technology and innovation (STI) will be pivotal for Cambodia to meet the ambitions of the Sustainable Development Goals, become an innovation-driven economy, and recover quickly from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global shocks such as Covid-19 and climate change have intensified the need to make current models of capitalism more inclusive, resilient and sustainable. One way towards reimagining more sustainable business can be found in emerging coalitions and platforms.
The world is experiencing a rapid demographic transition towards an ageing population. In particular, North-East Asia is home to around one third of all older persons aged 65 and above in the world.
In view of the rapid digital transformation and digital divide, the importance of diversity and inclusion is magnified in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.