Are you interested in climate action, reducing inequalities, peace and justice, eradicating poverty, clean energy, responsible consumption, sustainable economic growth, or working for the United Nations? Do you want to get involved in locally or internationally implementing these sustainable changes to help make the world a better place?
The Mosaic Institute, Foundation for Environmental Stewardship, and the British Columbia Council for International Cooperation are excited to bring SDG Youth Training by UN officials to students in the Lower Mainland. This event is open to all, and seeks to encourage Canadians- especially youth- to learn more about how to contribute to international development.
Some phenomenal speakers confirmed from the British Columbia Council for International Cooperation, UNEP, and the Youth Commission on the Status of Women Taskforce. The training includes an Involvement Panel to provide attendees an exciting opportunity to be inspired into action by UN officials, NGOs, and the SDG mandate in the Lower Mainland. The event details are as follows:
– Date- March 6, 2017
– Time- 17:30 – 20:30
– Location- UBC Campus, Vancouver, BC. Woodward Library Room
This is an opportunity to engage and empower youth and our community in an incredibly important way at a critical time toward attaining Agenda 2030.
This event is open to everyone! Further information on registration can be found here.