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From Learning to Doing: How to Make Real Impact for the SDGs

Our colleague Dr. Katalin Ásványi will also be part of the PRME Global Forum panel discussion in June, where the topic will be how to make a real impact on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
2024.06.18. 14:20 – 2024.06.18. 15:20
Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem

Date and time: Tuesday 18 June 2024, 14:20 – 15:20 CET 

Venue: online 

Language: English 

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Corvinus University students and colleagues can participate free of charge in the Global Forum of the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) organization, where the UN Sustainable Development Goals will be on the agenda to accelerate progress. 

The panel discussion “From Learning to Doing: How to Make Real Impact for the SDGs” will also feature Dr. Katalin Ásványi, Associate Professor of the Department of Sustainability Management and Environmental Economics, Chair of the ERS Hub Steering Committee, who was elected as the Chapter Chair of the PRME CEE Chapter in April. 

Speakers: 

  • Sherwat Elwan Ibrahim (American University of Cairo, Egypt) 
  • Steve Kenzie (UNGC UK) 
  • Katalin Ásványi (Corvinus University, Hungary) 
  • Rob van Tulder (Rotterdam School of Management Erasmus University, The Netherlands) 

This panel discussion focuses on bridging the gap between academic learning and tangible actions for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It brings together a diverse group of experts, including educators, practitioners, and policy-makers, to explore effective strategies for translating knowledge and insights about sustainability into real-world impact. 

The conversation will delve into the challenges and opportunities of implementing SDG-related initiatives in various contexts, from local communities to global partnerships. Panelists will share case studies and personal experiences of successful projects, highlighting innovative approaches, collaborative efforts, and the critical role of leadership in driving change. 

The discussion aims to provide attendees with practical tools and inspiration to take meaningful action towards the SDGs, emphasizing the importance of accountability, adaptability, and a strong commitment to sustainability values. By the end of the session, participants will have gained a clearer understanding of how to move from learning to doing, making a significant contribution to global efforts in achieving the SDGs. 

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