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We Demand FASHION 2024 SDG 12: Bazaar & Small Business Sustainability (4 March 8:00 am – 6 March 17:00, Philippines, PHST)

We Demand FASHION aims to provide students and business owners an avenue to hone their entrepreneurial skills through retailing secondhand apparel in an Ukay-ukay Bazaar. This event is open to serve fellow students, faculty, and staff to introduce and practice sustainable efforts as stakeholders in the ever-growing clothing industry.
Organizer: Internationalization and Linkages (InterLink) Office of San Pedro College
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The Critical Importance of Measuring SDG Progress on Campuses

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Global experts on the importance of measuring progress on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on campuses across the world will share on their expertise and case studies.

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SDG-Impact Careers Session 2: Florencio Venté (#10, #8, #16) (11am-12pm CST)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's SDG Scholars Program helps students to dive deeper into their knowledge of the SDGs, engage with peers from different communities, create original content and action plans, among other aspects. For SDG Action and Awareness week, we are making these sessions open to the public. Featured SDG-Career Guest: Florencio Venté, Co-Director of MGCY Migration / MYCP, a self-organized space empowering children and youth to contribute to and engage in intergovernmental and allied policy processes at the United Nations.
Organizer: The University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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Los estudiantes nos cuentan: Avances en las investigaciones del semillero CODS (3.30-5.00 CST)

Virtual Eastern Standard Time Zone, GA

Students from diverse undergrad programs that take parte of the research HUB of the SDG Center will be sharing their research updates. The topics are Communities in endangered ecosystems, sustainable transportation and transition to sustainable energy in the fashion industry.
Organizer: Universidad de los Andes
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