Calling all designers, creators, economists, researchers, change makers, engineers, storytellers, public servants and everyone in between.
Want to create sustainable impact?
Come and participate in WA’s first Global Goals Jam and co-create solutions to local challenges – Climate Action (SDG13) and Life on Land (SDG15) – with your local community and industry.
You’ll contribute to these Sustainable Development Goals by designing short-term interventions with long-term impact.
The climate crisis, like many of the challenges before us, is so complex that no single discipline, mindset, or expertise will be able to solve it. To address social challenges globally, we need to collaborate and learn from local ideas that are being developed across the globe.
- 2 days of jamming over the weekend of November 28th and 29th, 2020.
- You’ll be in a multidisciplinary team of good humans (up to 5 people)
- 2 design sprints per day (4 in total spread across the weekend)
- The processes and results are shared so that the community can build upon each other’s work
About the Global Goals Jam
The Global Goals Jam was founded by Marco van Hout and Gijs Gootjes of Digital Society School (DSS), Boaz Paldi, Simon van Woerden and Hana Omar of UNDP and has been further developed and coordinated by Anneke van Woerden (DSS). In the first edition in 2016, 17 cities participated, in 2017 45 cities, in 2018 75 cities, and this year we are moving to over 85 participating cities. Thousands of change makers have used our methodology and are now part of this growing learning community around the SDGs, ready to design 2030 now.
More than an event, it is a network of cities and organisations that are excited to engage their local communities to create real impact for the Global Goals.
About our Sponsors
Murdoch x Spacecubed facilitates stronger connections with industry, government and business; offer alternative learning opportunities; and foster innovation through new activations and learning experiences.
Murdoch has partnered with Spacecubed to activate the CBD space through their pioneering work in Perth in bringing together business start-ups and innovators in shared spaces. The space features seminar, teaching and modern learning areas, hot desks and offices that will allow staff, students and alumni to meet and engage in an open and innovative way.
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