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Contact: Linnéa Lundmark

linnea.lundmark@sdsnyouth.org

Phone: +46 730 823 247

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SDSN Northern Europe Youth division was launched in January 2017. A mobilized youth for a better world.

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We must invest in young people to build the right competence and self-esteem required to face the complex challenges of our time.

SDSN Youth in Northern Europe

SDSN Youth educates young people about the challenges of sustainable development and creates opportunities for them to use their creativity and knowledge to pioneer innovative solutions for the SDGs. In addition, SDSN Youth creates platforms for young people to connect, collaborate and integrate their ideas and perspectives into national and regional pathways for implementation of the SDGs. SDSN Northern Europe and it’s Youth division collaborates with actors from Sweden, Finland, Norway, Denmark and Iceland.

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“Empowering youth to create sustainable solutions.”
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SDSN Youth in Northern Europe was launched in January 2017 as a regional network within the global SDSN Youth network. Our aim is to localize SDSN Youth’s global vision to empower youth to create sustainable solutions. We do this by connecting and mobilizing the region’s youth actors from civil society, academia and private sector, supporting their engagement and contribution for the implementation of the SDGs and educating the region’s young population about the SDGs.

SDSN Youth educates young people about the challenges of sustainable development and creates opportunities for them to use their creativity and knowledge to pioneer innovative solutions for the SDGs. In addition, SDSN Youth creates platforms for young people to connect, collaborate and integrate their ideas and perspectives into national and regional pathways for implementation of the SDGs.

Aims and Objectives

1. Educate young people about the SDGs and create pathways for achieving them.
2. Connect young people globally to exchange ideas, share experiences and collaborate to achieve the SDGs.
3. Support young people in the creation and scaling of innovative solutions for the SDGs.

Sustainability Coach

Learn more about our Solution Initiative: Sustainability Coach – a collaboration project with Junior Achievement in Gothenburg and Stockholm, Sweden, connecting university students with young entrepreneurs to support them in developing sustainable business ideas for the SDGs.

Campus Coordinators

KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Ankit Anurag Naik
Campus Coordinator
ankit.naik@sdsnyouth.org

Lund University
Ritika Jain
Campus Coordinator
ritika.jain@sdsnyouth.org

University of Gothenburg
Fabio Paulos
Campus Coordinator
fabio.paulos@sdsnyouth.org

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