Deadline extended until 30 June! 8th APAN Forum call for session proposals

Source(s): United Nations Environment Programme
Local leaders forum at the GP2022 on 23 May 2022 in Bali, Indonesia.
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Call for proposals deadline extended until 30 June 2023.

Submit your forum session proposals and share your adaptation stories!

Are you interested in organising a stream session or pre-forum event at the 8th APAN Forum?

Stakeholders are invited to submit their proposals no later than the extended deadline of 30 June 2023 via email to

Stream Sessions

Submit your session proposals under the Forum’s four thematic streams of resilience:

  • Resilience of food systems
  • Resilience of ecosystem and ecosystem services
  • Resilience of communities
  • Resilience of cities, infrastructure and settlements

Furthermore, discussions for each stream will be structured on five enabling conditions through which resilience may be built, maintained, and strengthened, identified as policy and governance, planning and programming, science and assessment, technologies and practices and finance and investment.

Pre-Forum Events / Deep-dive Workshops

Stakeholders are also invited to organise pre-forum events and deep-dive workshops on 28-29 August 2023, preceding the main event, alongside the adaptation events organised by the UNFCCC secretariat under the broader umbrella of KGAW 2023. These sessions will allow participants to delve into specific topics and practices related to the main theme and programme of the APAN Forum.

Prospective session applicants are encouraged to read the Forum's thematic areas of focus to guide proposal preparation.

Proposal Forms 

Proposal forms and mechanics of submissions can be accessed here

Should you need additional information about the 8th APAN Forum Call for Session Proposals, please send an email to

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