Reaching out to the stars

The UN75 Dialogue, our new media partner… A lot has happened in the past month. Since the last post, it has been nearly a month. During this time, the team worked hard to get more contacts onboard and convince people about the urgence of space protection. Contacting persons such as Neil deGrasse Tyson, Brian May, and Elon Musk has sadly not yielded responses, but therefore many other parties are incredibly supportive and intrigued by our idea.
We started planning the UN75 Dialogue, although everything was still quite uncertain: Were we allowed to participate, who would be the panellists, when would it take place, and the biggest question, how would we be capable of facilitating such a online dialogue without having the necessary resources to do so.

This is when we contacted spacewatch.global, to ask whether they would like to participate as panellists. Without hesitation they were immidiately intrigued by our idea and wanted to support us as much as possible. They offered to be our official and exclusive media partner, taking advertisement and setting up the event into their hands, so that we can solely focus on the content of the dialogue without having to bother with the technical aspect of this endeavour. The whole team was incredibly thankful and grateful for the support. This goal, getting space on a global agenda, is easier to achieve when parties work together. Collaboration and teamwork will result in greater results than each party working individually on that goal.

Together with the confirmation from UN officials that we can conduct the dialogue concludes the new announcemnets this month. Now we are working hard to prepare the dialogue in order to achieve the best results possible.

The dialogue will take place on May 11th, 4 pm-5:30 pm CEST.
You can register here:

or

using this link:
https://www.eventbrite.ch/e/un-75-dialogue-sdg-18-life-in-space-roundtable-tickets-103505168746

The next update will most likely be after the event to share the outcomes and what we will do with it. We hope to see you all in our audience. Until then, stay safe, stay healthy, and stay home.

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