Category: 2030 SDGs Game workshops

The 2030 SDGs Game workshop

Wendy Stone

Research work is evaluated on outcomes and impact so we all need to understand where that impact contributes to the world. The SDGs are the world’s ‘to do’ list and the targets that underpin the Sustainable Development Goals are the work plan for governments and organisations worldwide. Researchers have to understand where their work contributes to that plan.
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Steve Fairman

At almost exactly this time last year, I wrote a report of our first 2030 SDG Game played with a student group - Masters students on the Energy Systems Programme at Oxford University
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Steve Fairman

The 2030 SDGs game is quite new to the UK, and The Global Academy is amongst only a tiny number of accredited game/workshop facilitators. We have now run several, either as open, public games, or as an element of a wider educational programme such as that we ran for set of Masters students at the Environmental Change Institute at the University of Oxford.
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Wendy Stone

There is a tool that’s helping everyone who uses it to discover why collaboration is important (in fact essential!) and how achieving your own individual goals can support the wider achievement of the internationally agreed societal and developmental goals. The UN Sustainable Development Goals, also know as The Global Goals, were agreed by 193 member states and launched by the United Nations in 2015.