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Tomorrow Without Toxics

November 22 - November 26

The four-day virtual conference “Tomorrow without Toxics” is to take place from November 22 to 26, 2021. This conference will bring together civic organizations, movements and stakeholders to discuss the political challenges and prospects in the international regulation of chemical management. The conference will provide a forum for participants to exchange knowledge and ideas – and an opportunity for them to develop and formulate requirements for the process going forward that will address various stakeholder groups.

Check the final program here and register here free of charge for the daily high-level panes and interactive sessions!  Once you are registered, you can join as many sessions/ panels as you want to do.

Representatives from civil society organizations, social movements, citizens around the world, intergovernmental organizations and governmental representatives share their vision and discuss approaches to a future without toxic chemicals.
Be part of a cross-sectoral joint civil society Call to Action, addressing the urgency of a powerful global commitment for safe and sustainable chemicals management!

The interactive online conference is organized by the German NGO Forum Environment and Development, in cooperation with WECF, HEJ-Support, PAN Germany and BUND – Friends of the Earth Germany

Conference language is English. The main panels will be simultaneously translated into different languages.

We would be very grateful if you could share this information within your international networks!

More details in different languages are available here.


November 22
November 26


German Forum on Environment and Development



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