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Maternal Mortality: Beyond an Indicator

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

This discussion-based event, hosted by the International Observatory in Public Health will present the connection of Maternal Mortality to the SDGs and the importance of meeting the targets
Organizer: Fundación Universitaria Juan N. Corpas and partners

2023 Great Lakes Conference: Managing Fisheries and Exploring Islands

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

The 33rd Annual Great Lakes conference will feature two themes with three presentations per theme as well as a panel discussion with Q/A from participants. The themes are Fisheries Management in the Great Lakes and Great Lakes Islands. The day will also feature a presentation on PFAS in Great Lakes Fish. The conference is sponsored by Michigan State University Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Institute of Water Research, Michigan Sea Grant Extension, Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, and MSU Extension. Support is provided by US Geological Survey Water Resources Research Program. The conference is free to attend.

The Creative Cafe: International Women’s Day 2023 (15:00-17:00 GMT)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Using arts as a tool for education and social change, we invite everyone to join us in an afternoon of sewing, painting, sign-making and reflection about the struggles of women, girls and the vulnerable sectors in achieving equitable education. As we anchor this event to International Women's Day 2023, campaigning for women and girls and LGBTQIA+ education (SDG 4) and equality (SDG 5) can help us build sustainable and equitable societies and communities.
Organizer: The Creative Cafe @ University of Strathclyde

Urban Gardening & Composting: Take Action in Your Community

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

We head over to Colombia's second biggest city, Medellin, to explore the positive social and environmental impacts urban gardening can have upon your community. Led by a local pioneer, you will learn how to dramatically reduce your daily carbon footprint while also discovering expert techniques to be able to start a composting system for your home or university. The interactive webinar includes a presentation from local pioneer Laura Rubio and tangible take-away tools to take sustainable action straight away.
Organizer: Kagumu Adventures


Human Trafficking: Be a Part of the Solution

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Human trafficking is happening everywhere - including at events. As professionals in the hospitality, tourism, events and sports industries, it is our responsibility to be aware of this issue and take action!

Join us for a training and discussion on recognizing and responding to the warning signs of human trafficking.

Organizer: Event and Tourism Institute, Indiana University

Hybrid event; in-person at Indiana University, Education Room Building 1128. Remote join link:


Teaching the SDGs: Innovations in teaching about the Sustainable Development Goals

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

This panel will explore innovation in the context of teaching the SDGs, approaches to teaching using innovative strategies to help improve learning outcomes in universities and colleges across Canada.
Hosted by SDSN Canada and the Sustainability Hub at University of British Columbia

Inner Development Goals

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

What Inner Shifts or human growth needs to happen in order for us to reach the SDGs collectively? Learn about the IDGs framework, which maps which cognitive and emotional abilities, qualities or skills we need to foster among individuals, groups, and organizations that play crucial roles in working to fulfill the SDGs.
Organizer: Brazilian Experience
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International Women’s Day – Reproductive Health in the U.S.

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Join UNA-MHV and SUNY NP Dept. of Women’s Gender and Sexualities to discuss the Human Rights Implications of the overturning of Roe v. Wade. Our guest speaker Katherine Mayall will be here to share how this decision will impact the access to fill reproductive health in the U.S.
Organizer: SUNY New Paltz

Educating for Tomorrow’s Unknowns: Sustainability Front and Centre

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

How can we understand global issues? How can we learn to live happily, sustainably, and ethically without the feeling of only cutting back? What does this exactly mean for educators, parents, and students? Join us for a public lecture on 7 March 2023 at 7 pm (EST) on the potential of educating for a sustainable future for young people to become global citizens in this complicated world.

Organizer: York University