New open workshops on how to use the SDG Impact Assessment Tool
The SDG Impact Assessment Tool is a free, online, learning tool that visualises the results from a self-assessment of how an activity, organisation or innovation affect the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It aims to stimulate the user to get a better understanding of the complexity of sustainable development and the different aspects of the SDGs. In the end you will be better equipped to prioritize actions ahead.
In these workshops you will get to try the tool yourself. We will start by presenting and demonstrating the tool. You will then get to try working with the tool in smaller groups. By using a made-up case, you will get to practice on how to make a good object description, how to do an initial sorting of how the object relates to the SDGs, and how to reason when you are to decide if the impact on each SDG is positive/negative, direct/indirect, or if more knowledge is needed.
You will learn:
- The five steps you need to go through when you are making an SDG impact assessment.
- How to use the tool.
- How the tool can be applied for different users.
We recommend you create an account for the SDG Impact Assessment Tool before the workshop. Create your account
- Welcome and introduction
- Short introduction to the UN 2030 Agenda, the SDGs and the tool
- Demonstration of the tool
- Group exercise
- Reflection and joint discussion
The two workshops are identical. The workshops will be held in English and are open to anyone. Participation is free of charge but registration is mandatory. We accept 60 participants per workshop. Choose one of these dates:
29 June 2022 at 5.00 – 7.00 pm > REGISTER HERE
30 June 2022 at 9.00 – 11.00 am > REGISTER HERE
Time zone: CEST (UTC +2)
These workshops are arranged by SDSN Northern Europe in collaboration with the International Association of Universities (IAU).