Integration steps will be identified in ten workshops under three themes as follows:
The workshops will address concrete measures for integrating the SDG concepts in the curriculum, how a multidisciplinary degree programme can be organized, and tools for assessing how an activity, organisation or innovation affects the SDGs.
2. Future workforce
The workshops will address how students can choose employers that are committed to environmental issues, how different employers work with sustainability issues, and how the universities can best train the students to have the competence needed when entering the workforce.
The workshops will address how the many different networks working with SDGs have achieved concrete measures and activities contributing to reaching the goals, practical cooperation guides, and pitfalls and opportunities when collaborating within and between universities.
|Tools, resources and concrete measures||Future Workforce Training||Partnerships|
|90 Concrete Measures That Can Be Implemented In Courses||Student manifest – ecological-awakening||Hands on cooperation and meetings|
|How to organize multi-disciplinary education||How does a municipality work with Sustainable Development Goals?||Partnership examples from networks like HU2, SDSN NE|
|The SDG Impact Assessment Tool||How does company work with the Sustainable Development Goals?||Rethinking SDG8 – Decent Work|
|CASE – Practical Cooperation Guide|
Theme 1: Tools, resources and concrete measures
Moderator: Erik Sterner, researcher at the Environment for Development, School of Business, Economics and Law at University of Gothenburg and Sonia Yen Professor in Transport and Energy Systems in the Department of Space, Earth and Environment at Chalmers University of Technology
Workshop 1:1 How to organize multidisciplinary degree programmes.
Workshop 1:2 The SDG Impact Assessment Tool
Workshop 1:3 tbd
Theme 2: Future workforce
Moderator: Ole Petter Ottersen, rector at Karolinska Institutet.
Workshop 2:1 How does a municipality work with the SDGs and what competences are needed to meet future challenges?
Workshop 2:2 How do companies work with sustainability, what is trending? And what to think about when it comes to sustainable employment!
Workshop 2:3 tbd
Theme 3: University partnerships and collaboration
Moderator: Pam Fredman, president IAU (international association of universities) and Gunnar Köhlin, associate professor, Department of Economics, University of Gothenburg.
Workshop 3:1 The role of research for implementation of SDG 8
Workshop 3:2 The SDGs as direction providers: Cooperation for improved quality in higher education
WS leaders: Peter Dobers, Södertörn University and Kassahun Weldemariam, GMV, University of Gothenburg
Workshop 3:3 A Practical cooperation guide to transdisciplinary cooperation formats.
Please note that they are at the moment tentative. If you would like to have updated information about the workshops, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org