Day Zero: Wednesday 5 February 2020
We welcome you to Day Zero at the 2020 SDG Conference Bergen. We invite you to register an event by 1 November 2019.
Ten years to go!
Day Zero takes place on 5 February 2020 and represents an opportunity for students, researchers, civil society and the business community engaged with the 2030 Agenda for sustainable development to organize workshops, poster presentations, demonstrate experiments, or present other kinds of knowledge and activities relevant for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Day Zero takes the United Nations’ call for a formative shift seriously. We need to change the way we live, produce, consume and interact between ourselves - and with nature - within a short timeframe.
We must change how we use knowledge and how we interact with all parts of society to learn more about the knowledge we need for the transformative shift to happen.
We expect workshops and other activities at Day Zero to be relevant for new curriculums and teaching, but also for how universities and society/politics interact, and how research is, or should be, prioritized. How can societal actors put demands on the universities in line with the expectations of the SDGs?
Please register your event by November 1, 2019.
There is room for up to 20 events, which will take place at the Student Centre and the Academic Quarter (Kvarteret). In order to make room for as many presenters as possible, please consider creating joint activates with colleagues from other institutions. The organizing committee will try to combine events with overlapping themes.
Accepted events will receive a class room/lecture hall with projector/internet.
To have your event presented in the SDG Conference programme, please register your event now using our registration form (programme revision/updates are possible).