Dr. Kirsten Dunlop, EIT Climate-KIC, discusses the interdependent relationship between learning and innovation, underscoring the need to invest time in understanding ourselves.
David Atchoarena, UNESCO’s Institute for Lifelong Learning, explains the concept, culture, and need of lifelong learning as a key to achieving the SDGs on local and global levels.
Sarah Dalglish, WHO-UNICEF-Lancet Commission, presents the “Future for the World’s Children?”, a report to reposition every aspect of child health through the lens of our changing world.
Mark Ritchie, Global Minnesota, explains the value of the SDGs in connecting people and their vision, mission, & passion, and the importance of technology to share & learn about cultures.
This section welcomes toolkits to help organize activities relevant for developing skills necessary for confronting challenges, such as: critical thinking, collaboration, collective intelligence, creativity, learning by doing, social and emotional intelligence, reflexivity, frugal innovation, etc.
Researchers, students, teachers, entrepreneurs and learning communities can create, edit and present their projects while benefiting from features that connect them with other learners and potential partners sharing similar ambitions. Currently, 1700 projects are already online!
Did you know? All officially onboarded organisations are given access to the Projects platform!
Let us know if you have an idea for a project by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org.