Speaker Profile

Hildebrandt Laura

Job TitleHead of Global Outreach and Engagement

Company NameUN SDG Action Campaign (Germany)


Laura Hildebrandt is Head of Global Outreach and Engagement for the UN SDG Action Campaign. She leads the Campaign’s core mobilization initiatives: the Global Day to Act 4 SDGs, the UN SDG Action Awards and the MYWorld survey. For more than a decade at UNDP she has supported public engagement in UN policy making, managing global online consultations on environmental sustainability in the Post-2015 process and the Rio Dialogues and leading UNDP expert networks focused on issues of sustainable development, environment, and gender. Prior to this she worked at UN-DESA Partnerships for Sustainable Development and she served for several years as project manager of the Sustainable Cities Initiative and other roles with the Government of Canada. She holds a Masters in International Affairs (Economics and Political Development) from Columbia University in New York and a Master’s in Political Science from McMaster University, Canada.


The UN SDG Action Campaign is a special initiative of the UN Secretary-General to scale up, broaden, and sustain the global movement to take action for the SDGs. The Action Campaign aims to mobilize and inspire individuals and organizations to take action and join the global movement for the SDGs, whilst connecting people’s actions and perceptions with decision makers in SDG planning and review processes at all levels.www.sdgactioncampaign.org

Conference Sessions

  • Music, Urban Affairs and the Sustainable Development Goals

    06 Jun 2019, 10:45 AM - 11:30 AM, Worldwide Village

    Music Cities Forum Panel In 2015, UN member states adopted the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including 17 Sustainable Development Goals that address...

    • Language: English
      1. Event
      2. Event Date
        Thu, Jun 6
      3. Event Theme
        Marketing & Promotion
        Music Business

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