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Veranstaltungen von Ms. Céline Artal


SDG Simulation Hubs: Generating Knowledge for Change (FSL) (Seminar)

Dozent/in: Céline Artal

Einzeltermin | Fr, 17.04.2020, 14:15 - Fr, 17.04.2020, 20:00 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | Sa, 18.04.2020, 11:00 - Sa, 18.04.2020, 19:00 | digitale Veranstaltung
Einzeltermin | So, 19.04.2020, 11:00 - So, 19.04.2020, 18:00 | digitale Veranstaltung

Inhalt: The SDG Simulation Hubs will be held online. A Moodle platform has been set up to facilitate interactions and group work. Registered students will receive information on connection and working processes several day prior to the interactive seminar. Their active cooperation and responsiveness will be crucial to its implementation. The SDG Simulation Hubs are experiential, transdisciplinary and world-connected learning environments where students take ownership of the UN SDG language, immerse into  the political, human, socio-economic and entrepreneurial dimensions of the SDGs, and contribute their skills to solution-oriented team work. They embark on a journey in the UN international cooperation mechanisms, explore  the realities of global/local multi-stakeholder engagement in SDG implementation, and connect to the SDGs with campus-based and action-oriented team challenges. The SDG Simulation Hubs offer a combination of SDG simulations and real-life/contextualized activities. While promoting creativity, strategic thinking and action-oriented discussions and team work, the Hubs raise core questions on the transformative potentials of the SDGs at the human, governance and civilizational levels. In this context, knowledge, pathways and strategies are generated and students become Agents of change.    The SDG Simulation Hubs will focus on key sustainable development areas in different parts of the world.  On Day 1, the focus will be on Climate Change in the Pacific Islands (SDG 13) with an emphasis on partnership building across sectors,  the localization of the SDGs, multi-stakeholder engagement in international and intercultural settings, and on road mapping for consensus and strategies as part of multi-party negotiations.  On Day 2, students will immerse into water-related team challenges. They will embody specific roles to promote water management sustainabilty at the local and global levels. They will strategise, campaign, provide clear directions and action plans, and motivate change in a broader community of government officials, business leaders, scientists and community people. Following up on the work done during Day 2, on Day 3, students will scale up actions for Water Sustainability (SDG 6) in Latin America. They will engage in UN and business negotiations to mitigate the impact of water use by multinational corporations on local communities.