Sustainable thinking and project management skills

Sustainable thinking and project management skills

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  • PublicDoctorant.e.s
  • Durée2 jours
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UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 global goals the world leaders agreed to achieve by 2030. They tackle the complex and essential issues our society and environment are facing today, and set targets and indicators that will help each nation on the planet to measure its progress.
This 4 half-day workshop brings you the basics of the 17 SDGs, and helps you understand the connections between different SDGs. The knowledge is consolidated by the creation of the project proposal in small teams, that directly addresses the sustainability aspects and positive/neutral/negative aspects the project may have on the SDGs. Finally, this training offers you the possibility to analyze the potential impacts of your PhD project on any one of the 17 SDGs, to
help you present your work in the light of sustainable development initiatives, an aspect that might become crucial to securing funding for ideas stemming from your PhD work.


1st session – get to know SDGs through active learning and peer2peer teaching
2nd session – understand the connections between different SDGs through collaborative graph analysis

3rd session – collaborative project design and presentation proposal highlighting the links between the project and SDGs
4th session – analysis of your PhD project in the light of SDGs

Responsable pédagogique : Milosevic Tamara

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Dates prévisionnelles : Cf Améthis
Lieu : FORMATION A DISTANCE Les modalités de connexion vous seront communiquées par les formateurs ultérieurement
Durée : 4 demi-journées
Pré-requis : some experience with online collaborative work, interest in sustainable development and self-reflection, B2 level of English
Public visé : doctoral candidates of any background, any year
Effectif maximum : 12