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Act today. Transform tomorrow.

2030 IN SIGHT LIVE Mexico, will feature an array of sessions, offering content in multiple languages, including Spanish and English with some sessions accessible online. Building from the valued discussions that took place in Singapore, the sessions will be a mix of keynote addresses, engaging workshops, masterclasses, and roundtables all designed to provide opportunities for participation, networking, and sharing experiences.

New for 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE this year

Posters and Rapid-Fire: Delegates are invited to showcase their work through submitting an abstract for either a poster or rapid-fire session. Posters will be displayed throughout 2030 IN SIGHT LIVE. Some selected entries will be invited for the rapid-fire sessions. Find out how to submit.

Abstract Submissions

The ‘Challenges that will define our future’ sessions: Join these sessions to deep dive into the challenges that will define our sectors future. These sessions are particularly designed to actively engage participants and encourage dynamic discussions.

Key questions to answer in Mexico

1. The 2030 In Sight challenge:
What needs to be done to transform the vision of universal eye care into a global reality by 2030?
2. Sparking Innovation:
What ground-breaking approaches will accelerate action and transform eye health?
3. Leading with Purpose:
What steps can we take to embed conscious, inclusive and sustainable best practices across the eye health sector?
4. The Power of Collective Action:
Empowering Change. What can we do to harness our strengths and diverse skills to increase momentum together?
5. Eyes on Tomorrow:
Addressing diverse needs, shaping the future of eye health. How can we meet the rising demand and changing landscapes with strategic sustainable solutions?

Further details on this year’s programme, including speakers, will be announced soon. For now you can explore the discussion topics and themes for the event here!​

Why not also revisit the programme from Singapore 2023.​

In Partnership with:

The Association to Prevent Blindness