Sessions » Identity and sustainable development – next steps

Identity and sustainable development – next steps


Churchill Room
Wednesday 27 June

The United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 16.9 requires that everyone on the plant must have a legal identity with birth registration by 2030. With over a billion people still to be covered, not only are the numbers a challenge, but also the very nature of the identity solutions and credentials.

What are the innovations that are urgently required? How is the industry shaping up to address these?

The session will present not only on-going case studies, but also important policy shifts that are likely to impact the industry and the technologies that it offers.

•    Legal identity for all with birth registration by 2030 sets a challenge for the ID industry,
•    What are the policy shifts that shape the technologies and solutions?
•    What has been achieved and what still needs to be done?


 
11.05
Introduction
Sanjay Dharwadker, Advisory Observer – Secure Identity Alliance (SIA), The Netherlands


11.10
Standards at the Service of Sustainability and Interoperability of ID Systems
Debora Comparin, Head, Standards Taskforce – Secure Identity Alliance (SIA), France


11.30
Colombia – A pioneer in bridging identity and civil registry: lessons learned and outlook
Juan Carlos Galindo Vácha, Registrar, National Civil Registry – Colombia


11.50
Cameroon eID –  Leveraging innovation and standards to build secure identities
Albert Bernard Djella, Responsible of the CNPTI (Centre National de Production des Titres Identitaires) – the National Center for Identity Documents Issuance, Cameroon


12.10
Questions and answers


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