What if there was a tool we could use to build peaceful and sustainable societies for all? In a world with growing inequalities, the Sustainable Development Goals may provide the means to overcome these challenges and to transform our communities. But… what are they? What do they mean to us? How can we put these Goals into practice?
All students and community organisations are invited to come along to this informal workshop on these 17 Global Goals. This fun and interactive session will share the basics of the Sustainable Development Goals and explore their relevance in our daily lives.
Library meeting room: ground floor
Hot Dinner will be served at 7.30pm!
To book your slot in the workshop please email email@example.com
Deirdre Carolan, DG Project Coordinator and Carmel Irandoust, Advocacy and Policy Officer.
World Vision Ireland, as part of the ‘Make Ireland Sustainable For All’ Project works with young people across universities in Ireland to build awareness, and promote action on the Sustainable Development Goals at community level.
For more information, to organise a workshop in your university, or to find out about our grants scheme, please contact Deirdre on firstname.lastname@example.org, call 01- 498 0800 or see online:
About the SDG Introduction project
Want to read the Goals in detail? Have a look at the online interative guide.
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