october, 2020

25oct12:0013:00Virtual EventSDGs Go to MUN: Mainstreaming the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a Guideline in the Resolution Design Ayu Pratiwi Muyasyaroh12:00 - 13:00 UTC Event Type :Day 3,MUN Impact Global Summit 2.0,Session 11 Event TagsDay 3,SDGs All,Session 11

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Ten years left before SDGs end in 2030. Unfortunately, many people have never heard about the goals. How do we expect people to contribute to an unknown mission?. Created as a universal call, SDGs should be incorporated into extensive resolution design, as what occurs in the Model United Nations (MUN).The workshop of SDGs Go to MUN: Mainstreaming the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a Guideline in the Resolution Design aims to equip the participants with key strategies on how to incorporate SDGs into resolution design of MUN while also supporting them to start their own SDGs campaign from scratch, to achieve an exponential transformation of the world.

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I am a consultant for the environment and have worked with a number of institutions, including the Ministry of Research and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia and ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability. The interventions I offer will be in the form of policy recommendations or technology initiatives. Aside from my work as a consultant, I have also been actively involved in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) campaign activities. Prior to becoming a Field SDG Advocate for MY World 2030 Asia Pacific Advocates Programme, I served as an advocate for Indonesia in the ASEAN MY World 2030 program, which is an advocacy program for SDGs in ASEAN region and supported by the UNDP Bangkok Regional Hub, the UN SDG Action Campaign, and UN Volunteers Asia Pacific. Unitl today, I have spoken to 1000+ audiences on topics of SDGs through online and offline events.

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