Alignment, objective setting and measurement for sustainable impact
Learn about the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at our Summer workshop by international experts from Impact Hub Amsterdam and Budapest
Here we will be joined by the Pro-activist‘s team including fashionista Mia Jafari, who has served as an Impact Hub programs manager for Dubai and Kings Cross and is currently supporting the expansion into China through Hong King; Stephen King a globe-trotting Hubster from Dubai, UK and Amsterdam and our own Andras Sztaniszlav, an expert communicator and member of the International Committee of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
They will open our workshop and share some experience of their journeys. We will then discuss the recent conclusions of the UN NGO/DPI Summit in Korea and the recently concluded University of Amsterdam conference which was attended by academics from around the world.
Half of this session will be interactive lectures in which everyone will be brought to the same level and introduced to the Global Goals (no prior knowledge required); and the second half is workshop exercises which will allow each member to identify a community and working group to address the issues they feel most passionately about. We hope to attract 25-40 people at the workshop. To participate in the first session, we kindly ask all participants to complete this form:http://goo.gl/forms/D45OrjqbclbRCugy1 If you have not already please do check our Facebook page as we have some really exciting and informative content on the SDG’s and what people all around the world and the Impact Hub network are doing to supporting these critical goals.
At the end of the workshop you will leave with:
- Knowledge of what the SDG’s are, how they were created, the targets and issues surrounding them; Where to find more information/resources on the SDGs and campaigns such as Global Citizen;
- A “Social Impact Canvas” highlighting stakeholder relationships and areas of impact for your NFP or social enterprise;
- A high-level strategic priorities and key performance indicators for your initiative
- Potential partners and/or a list of other organisations that you could potentially partner with.