Deadline
8
Nov 2022
CIFAL Flanders - SDGs Lecture Series People
Type
Public Lecture
Location
Kortrijk, Antwerp, Brussels, Ghent, Ostend, Hasselt, Gentbrugge., Belgium & Web based
Date
13 Jan 2022 to 7 Nov 2022
Is this event associated with a learning outcome?
No
Does the event include an objective assessment of learning?
No
Duration of event
12 Months
Programme Area
Decentralize Cooperation Programme
Website
http://cifal-flanders.org
Price
$0
Event Focal Point Email
info@cifal-flanders.org
Registration method
Private – by invitation
Mode of delivery
Blended
Languages
English, French, Other
Background

Awareness raising on the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals.
The SDG Lecture is a basic or more advanced training for participants willing to learn more about the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. 
 

Event objectives

Promote the UN declarations, principles, and guidelines with a focus on local capacity building for Habitat III, COP21, Business & Human Rights, Agenda 2030, and the Sustainable Development Goals.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the themes covered by the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and the translation of the global Agenda to local actors.
  • Recognise the link between sustainable development, corporate good governance (business ethics) and human rights.
  • Acknowledge the responsibility of organisations to act for sustainable development, as well as the opportunities working with the SDGs bring along (business case)

 

Content and Structure

Series of lectures held on different dates between January and December of 2022, in several cities in Belgium, and in different delivery modalities (virtual, face-to-face, or blended).

  • Introduction to Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals.
  • SDG Circle Tool to understand the Agenda 2030 framework.
Methodology

Action-Learning Methodology: learning activities include, among others, an interactive lecture and self-assessment exercises.
The central purpose of CIFAL Flanders is to develop and strengthen human capacities to better respond to development challenges.

CIFAL Flanders relies on an Action Learning approach that aims to:

  • Facilitate the transfer of knowledge, experiences and best practices amongst government officials, private sector and civil society leaders.
  • Enhance capabilities to effectively perform relevant tasks.
  • Encourage cooperation and the development of multi-stakeholder partnerships

At CIFAL Flanders, every Action Learning for Sustainability Leadership begins with:

  • The theoretical frame.
  • A period of strategic questioning of the problem.
  • Action items and goals.
  • Analyzing and reflection
Targeted audience

Governments, businesses, civil society, trade unions, and academia.