The course is designed for people that want to learn about the latest development agenda the international community agreed to achieve by 2030. Structured around the five pillars of Agenda 2030 – people, prosperity, planet, peace and justice, and partnership, students will learn that these pillars are interconnected and need to be integrated in practical policy-making and operational activities for development, in both developed and developing country settings. Following an introductory module on the main concepts of Agenda 2030 and the SDGs, successive modules will provide the foundation behind the SDGs for people, prosperity and planet, peace and partnership. A final module will explore the way forward and provide channels that the young generation can participate to integrate the SDGs in the policy-making of the students’ resident countries.
Sustainable Development in the 21st Century with Ban Ki-moonYonsei University
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Yonsei University was established in 1885 and is the oldest private university in Korea.
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TOP REVIEWS FROM SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN THE 21ST CENTURY WITH BAN KI-MOON
It is one of the best courses in the offing. The Course strives to provide a holistic interpretation of the SDGs. The best part of the Course is its last-week assignment.
The course can drive the participant towards a greater understanding about the SDGs but I felt that the peer review assignment is unnecessary.
I enjoyed the program due to its relevance for today and tomorrow and composition making smooth learning possible. Thank you
Excellent video structure, clear content and streamlined approach to this deep topic. Engaging and interesting till the end.
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