october, 2020

23oct15:3016:30Event OverVirtual EventSDGs 2030: Accelerating the SDGs through music: Why your bit mattersAyotunde Aboderin and Oluwaseyi Mary James15:30 - 16:30 UTC Event Type :Day 1,MUN Impact Global Summit 2.0,Session 4 Event TagsDay 1,SDG 11,SDG 12,SDG13,Session 4

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People around the world often ask the question of how their individual deeds can make a difference in the world. Music stands as one of those tools that can be used to accelerate the 2030 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs) and thereby making the world a better place for all to live in.

This workshop will look at ways music can be used by MUNers to help accelerate the SDGs.

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Ayotunde Aboderin is a Nigerian, from Oyo state, Nigeria. He currently lives, studies and works in Nigeria. He studied Business Administration at Ressuct College, South Africa then proceeded to Tai Solarin University of Education, Nigeria where he currently studies Creative Arts.

He has been teaching since 2016. His thirst for a better world through the eyes of young people motivated him into the teaching profession. He is an SDGs champion and currently leads MUN Impact Nigeria.

Oluwaseyi Mary James

Oluwaseyi James is a Nigeria from Oyo state.  She currently lives and works in Nigeria. She studied at Obafemi Awolowo University and obtained a degree in Law. In 2018 she proceeded to the Nigerian Law School for her B. L Degree and was called to the Nigerian Bar. Since 2019, she has been working as a legal associate and Litigation Counsel to a law firm.

Over the years, she has nurtured her music career alongside pursuits in the legal profession. She is currently a member of FIDA, MUN Impact Nigeria, among others, volunteering to see the world become better through advocacy for the Rule of law and music.

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(Friday) 15:30 - 16:30 UTC

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