The chief operations officer of the Dubai Future Foundation, Noah Raford, will be speaking on 28 September at the 2017 International Conference on Disruptive Technologies and the Public Service.
This event, organised by the United Nations Development Programme and its partners, hopes to encourage greater innovation among governments.
Raford will be part of a panel discussing how the governments can to adapt to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals.
During his career, Raford has helped to establish Dubai’s national foresight unit, the Dubai Future Foundation, and the Museum of the Future. He plays a key role in identifying emerging opportunities and building partnerships for the Government of Dubai.
Public officials and development practitioners from all over the world will gather in Singapore on 28-29 September to share their experiences and insights. Speaking at the event are:
- HE Susil Premajayantha, Minister for Science, Technology and Research, Sri Lanka
- Tan Kok Yam, Deputy Secretary, Smart Nation & Digital Government, Prime Minister’s Office, Singapore
- Max Everest-Phillips, Director, UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence
Register here to confirm your attendance. Public servants may register for free.
When: Thursday and Friday, 28-29 September 2017
Where: NTU Alumni Club, 11 Slim Barracks Rise, Singapore 138664