The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) lay out the collective goals of all countries to make the world a better place. There are 17 SDGs designed to address the environmental, social, economic, and political issues facing the world. Increasingly they guide the global policy agenda and communal efforts to secure peace and prosperity for people and planet, now and into the future. Knowledge of these SDGs is hugely valuable for any young person who wants to create a positive impact in the world.
The Generation Global SDG Dialogue Series is an online program for young people ages 13-17 to learn about select SDGs through the experience of intercultural dialogue on some of the most significant topics and events of today. There is no cost to join the series and the program will cover four SDGs spread over a four week period.
To take part, participants will need to sign up by clicking on the button at the end of this page before the deadline on 23 June 2021. In the registration form, there is an option to choose one or more of the following SDGs:
For each week, participants will take part in the following activities:
Note: Participants who have previously registered for the UDA will not have to do so again. Also, participants who have already completed the Learning Dojo will not have to complete this again!
All participants taking part in the series will receive:
Through joining the series, participants will:
To join the series, simply sign up by clicking on the button below before 23 June 2021. You will see a confirmation message after submitting the form. In the registration form, remember to choose the SDGs you want to learn about – you can choose one or more. For any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.