II Permanent Seminar “Contributing from the university to the achievement of the SDGs from its research mission”
- Country: Spain
Location: Córdoba and Seville
Start date: 01/01/2019
End date: 30/06/2019
Applicant(s): Fundación ETEA
Partner: University Loyola
Funder: Secretaría de Estado de Cooperación Internacional y para Iberoamérica y el Caribe (SECIPIC), Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores y de Cooperación (MAEC)
Funding: 7.037,77 EUR
Research lines: Economy; International Studies; Rural Development; Social Economy and Innovation; Humanities.
One of the objectives of this II Permanent Seminar is to reflect on the contribution that the civil society-university alliance can make to the SDGs and the objectives of the V Master Plan. In this cycle of seminars, each seminar session is co-organised by researchers from the different lines of research at Loyola University Andalucía related to the topics being addressed.
Specifically, the sessions included are the following:
- SESSION 1: Design of indicators for the fulfilment of the 2030 Agenda from a territorial approach
- SESSION 2: Towards a more inclusive and sustainable economic model
- SESSION 3: The contribution of Rural Development to the territorialisation of the SDGs
- SESSION 4: What role should sustainable food systems play in the SDG agenda?
- SESSION 5: Measuring social value as a management tool for reducing social inequalities
- SESSION 6: The need to promote Human Rights Education in Spain as a policy lever for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals
- SESSION 7: Science Diplomacy: a paradigm shift in external action at the service of the Sustainable Development Goals agenda.
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