Webinar: University SDG Leadership from Down Under

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CID Members are invited to join Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) to hear from leaders in university SDG implementation on how they are using the SDGs framework as a tool for mobilising the whole university, and what other universities and other sectors can learn from their experiences.

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Universities in New Zealand and Australia have recently come into world attention for dominating the 2020 SDG-based Times Higher Education Impact Rankings. While there are many factors that have influenced this success, one of them is the long-standing engagement of universities in this region with the SDGs as a tool for deepening their contributions to solving the greatest challenges of our time.

In this webinar, you will have the opportunity to hear from two leading institutions in this endeavour: Joined by Dr Lesley Stone (Manager of Sustainability and Environment | Toitū te Taiao at The University of Auckland) and Dr Renzo Mori Jr (Senior Advisor for Sustainable Development at RMIT University), who will share with us the comprehensive, whole-of-university approaches they have taken with the SDGs in their institutions, and their learnings on the benefits and challenges of working with the SDGs.

The discussion will touch on a range of topics, including:

  • How to engage and mobilise researchers, educators, students, university leadership, and other university staff, as well as the broader community, on the SDGs
  • Central SDG governance and coordination structures
  • SDG mapping and reporting
  • What other sectors and organisations can learn from what universities are doing

Register here for further details.