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We Listen, We Advice

WHO ARE WE

Headway Institute of Strategic Alliance is a registered Organization. We host & organize policy consultations, roundtable workshops, conferences & we act as a liaison between Governments & other stakeholders to implement agenda 2030 & achieve Sustainable Development Goals via attaining policy reforms.

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VISION & MISSION

HISA intends to provide a platform for policy reforms and to highlight global pressing issues by connecting the decision makers with young people through policy exchanges & different programs. We envisage to partner up with decision-makers, stakeholders, and leading organizations to curate dialogues, breakout sessions, and consultations for policy reforms while highlighting global pressing issues to make impact in communities. We partner with different decision-makers, stakeholders, and leading organizations to create awareness on Sustainable Development Goals specially SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being, SDG 4: Quality Education, SDG 5: Gender Equality, SDG13: Climate Action and SDG 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal of the United Nations. We host, moderate and plan regional and global consultations. HISA will be partnering with different stakeholders to help raise awareness of the need to have stronger policies leading to positive reforms in society.

OUR MENTORS

DAVID MALIKYAR

Community Navigator

Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles

DR. SAMIYA TABASUM

President

US Institute of Human Rights and Advocacy

KEN LEBLOND

Marketing Communications Manager

University of Massachusetts Donahue Institute

BASMA ALAWEE

Campaign Director

We are all America

PIERRE UWIMANA

Refugee Organizer

Florida Immigrant Coalition

SDG 3: Good Health and Well-being

Contribute to sustainable development by holding policy reforms focusing on reduction of global maternal mortality ratio and newborn deaths. Fighting and combating epidemics, water-borne diseases. This ensures universal access to health-care services by strengthening the capacity of all countries for management of global and national health risks.

SDG 4: Quality Education

Hold reforms on access to equitable and quality education and vocational training eliminating the gender disparity. Upgrade education facilities and provide a safe, inclusive, and effective environment for all including persons with disabilities.

SDG 5: Gender Equality

Curate discussions to highlight the pertaining issues related to harmful practices of violence including early child forced marriages and female genital mutilations. Adopt sound policies for elimination of all forms of discrimination and empowerment of women and girls at all levels.
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SDG 13: Climate Action

Organize discussions to integrate climate change measures into the national strategies, policies, and planning. Also, contribute to improve awareness and education on climate change mitigation and adaptation.

SDG 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal

Curate talks to enhance the policy coherence for global partnership and sustainable development. Support the effective public, public-private and civil society partnerships to share and mobilize knowledge, technology, expertise, and financial resources.
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