Mapping Local Achievements through the Sustainable Development Goals Event, Saskatoon

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Invitation – SASKATOON Roundtable Discussion

Mapping Local Achievements through the Sustainable Development Goals

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018

5:30 to 9:30 PM

Station 20 West, 1120 - 20th Street West


Did you know that you're probably already helping to achieve the UN's Sustainable Development Goals?

Join us for a roundtable workshop to explore how the SDGs relate to the work of local groups and organizations, and how groups are already achieving these goals either locally or globally. The roundtable is part of a series of meetings and aims to make visible the amazing work already happening on the SDGs in Canada and to share this work provincially and nationally. Join us in exploring the potential for improved collaboration and impact across sectors in Saskatchewan. Discussion will focus on the following questions:

1. What are the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and why do they matter?

2. How do the SDGs relate to your organization's work locally and/or globally?

3. How can the SDGs be an opportunity for greater collaboration and impact?

Who should attend?

Advocates, staff, students, educators, volunteers, business leaders, policy-makers, service-providers, funders and entrepreneurs interested in:

·        Anti-poverty

·        Community health

·        Ecosystem health

·        Gender equality

·        Homelessness solutions

·        Human rights

·        Peace and inter-cultural understanding

·        Renewable energy

·        Social enterprise

·        Sustainable business, communities and infrastructure

·        Sustainable food systems

·        Water quality and access


The 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), adopted by the United Nations in 2015, are designed to guide local and global efforts to address major issues such as poverty, hunger, injustice, environmental destruction and climate change, for everyone, everywhere by 2030.

Workshop Facilitated by Dan Harris, Program Officer at the BC Council for International Cooperation.