Workshop Date – August 13, 2021
Do you want to examine the ways in which development really can be sustainable, its impact on communities, and how it can make a difference in real lives?
If yes, you cannot miss this amazing workshop.
Why attend the Mover’s Workshop on SDGs?
● Understand the meaning and significance of “Sustainable Development”
● To know the history of the SDGs.
● Learn why SDGs are necessary
● Establish a personal action plan to address the SDGs.
● Learn from the experiences of each other.
What will you learn?
● Learn and understand the importance of 17 Sustainable Goals.
● Identify different ways in which Sustainable Development Goals can be implemented by different actions in different contexts.
● Reflect on the goals & targets set forth by the United Nations in terms of SDGs and how to achieve them.
● Fun & Interactive discussions on the ways to bring positive change in the community.
A 2-hour Movers online workshop that will introduce the SDGs in a fun and interactive way. This workshop is being organized in support of Intercultural Education (ICE).
The workshop will provide an opportunity to learn the big picture around the SDGs and develop participants to stand up for the activities for the betterment of society; which will also promote the SDGs. Movers Workshop on Sustainable Development Goals is designed to create awareness regarding Sustainable Goals to the youths. The Programme wants to engage and mobilize more youth across Asia-Pacific to raise awareness about the Sustainable Development Goals. The workshop will provide an overview of SDGs to the participants. It makes participants understand and reasons for contributing to achieving the SDGs goals; which will then promote the Sustainable goals and influence youths to take action on SDGs.
Skills you’ll Learn:
Decision Making Skills
1. Ms. Pratisha Joshi, Aspiring Mover from Nepal
Ms. Pratisha Joshi is currently working as a content creator/writer. She believes change begins from oneself and aspires to bring at least a small change in her lifetime. She is an Aspiring Mover from Nepal.
2. Mr. Ahmad Nisar, Aspiring Mover, Afghanistan
Mr. Ahmad Nisar, an aspiring Mover from Afghanistan is the founder of Ahmad Nisar literacy center educating 120 women and children on literacy, natural disaster management, CSE, and maternal/newborn health. His project focusing on sexual and reproductive health and rights, he has reached 3000 students in 6 schools. He is also a youth reporter for team harmony, a young leader for women delivery, and a representative of children to the Ministry of Education
Workshop Duration: 2 hours