Development Task Force

Mr.Nasser Al Dossary

Mr.Nasser Al Dossary

Task Force Leader

Chairman of SABIC Workers‘ Committee and member of the National Committee for Workers’ Committees


This taskforce is responsive to critical issues that are important for human, environmental and natural survival, such as Development, SDGs Achievement, Industrialization, Preserving the Oceans, Fostering Sustainable and Resilient Water Systems Globally, Promoting Food Security, Climate Change, Cleaner Energy Systems for a New Era.

This taskforce makes policy recommendations to enhance the management of SDG’s to ensure adequate and sustainable living standards and decent work for all.

The taskforce also aims to provide guidance to achieve just transitions to reduce harmful emissions while allowing all economies to prosper. It also aims to enhance international cooperation to benefit societies, communities, economies the stability of markets, for the joint benefit of all countries.

Taskforce PriorityTaskforce Policy Recommendations
Assist the achievement of the Agenda 2030 and the SDGs.Support international industrial policy over manufacturing
Promote low greenhouse gas emissions economy and mitigate climate change.Focus on fast-tracking the 2030 Agenda implementation and promoting regional connectivity to facilitate employment growth, and improve communication between people.
Develop further the G20 work stream on workers’ rights in global supply chains including with mandatory human rights due diligence.Set action plans focused on SDGs implementation and strengthening accountability mechanisms.
Contribute to the Binding Treaty on Business and Human Rights process and build consensus for its adoption.Promoting investment in infrastructure and the care economy.
Guarantee policy coherence between the ILO, the IFIs, and other institutions of global governance.Action Plans to increase the recovery prospects during and post the pandemic
Support Just Transitions to create prosperity for all.
Addressing challenges such as lack of social protection, poverty, lack of economic and environmental resilience, and climate change.
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