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Symposium -

Accelerating Transformative Actions: The Role of the Private Sector in Sustainable Development

TOKYO: UNU and the Keio University xSDG Laboratory will co-host a symposium exploring how business leaders can take action to support sustainable development.

Workshop -

WORKSHOP | Utilizing Geospatial Big Data for Healthy and Sustainable Cities

The workshop organised by UNU IIST Macau with CUHK unites experts to explore the current state, challenges, and opportunities of geospatial big data.

Symposium -

Climate Change and Biodiversity: The Future of Food and the Environment

ONLINE: This symposium will discuss sustainable food systems and their role in tackling climate change and biodiversity loss.

Lecture -

How to Measure Innovation Using Different Indicators and Inform Policy

ONLINE & MAASTRICHT: On 28 February 2024, UNU-MERIT will host a lecture by senior researcher Hugo Hollanders.

BIG IDEAS Series -

Human Mobility in the Context of Climate Change: Building Capacity Through E-learning

ONLINE: On 27 February 2024, UNU will host a BIG IDEAS Dialogue with Dr. Robert Oakes, Senior Researcher at UNU-EHS.

Seminar -

“10 Years of EGOV: 2014-2024” The Digital Platform Government concept with its potential and challenges

The South Korean government aims to create a Digital Platform Government, fostering collaboration and innovation for public services.

Seminar -

Information Session for Prospective JPO Candidates

ONLINE: On 22 February 2024, UNU will host a session to introduce a new Junior Professional Officer position opening at UNU-WIDER.

Conversation Series -

Healthy Land: Why Combating Desertification is Crucial for Human Security

TOKYO: On 20 February, UNU will host a conversation with Ibrahim Thiaw, Executive Secretary of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification.

Seminar -

Smart Cities Measurements and Challenges to Address the Local Context

The aim of developing Smart Cities (SC) is to improve the people’s quality of life by adopting strategies to mitigate urban challenges.

Seminar -

Predictive factors for interagency partnership success

Can development agencies’ project data, design, monitoring and evaluation, scrutinized by AI technologies, systematically inform evidence-based policy?