Sustainability & youth expert/activist UC’s imitable Professor Bronwyn Hayward has gathered an intergenerational panel of guests for SDG online Hui 3# this Thursday evening, including Elisha Vili-Umaga & Camille Perelini from Rangi Ruru Girl’s School.
Sarah Morris Manager Strategy, Rights and Advice for the Children’s Commissioner opens the panel with an overview of the sustainability issues her office thinks matters for children and why the UN rights of children matters.
Joining the speakers are Lucy Grey from School Strike 4 Climate; Atarau Hamilton, from Learning City Christchurch, Inclusive Aotearoa, & Mahlon Saumalu youth advocate from The Electoral Commission NZ.
But wait, there’s more: a second panel on SDGs in the Pacific region led by UC’s incredibly active Professor Steven Ratuva UC Arts AND a workshop about ‘Future Fit: a tool for Organisations’ to benchmark progress.
All this for $5 – $10 in the comfort of your own home, 7pm – 9pm. See you there!
The 2020-2021 Aotearoa New Zealand Sustainable Development Goals Summit series is co-hosted by UC and Lincoln University, with mana whenua Ngāi Tuahuriri, in partnership with the Christchurch City Council and Ara Institute of Canterbury, supported by Tourism New Zealand, Te Pokai Tara | Universities New Zealand, ChristchurchNZ, and New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO.