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UN75+1 at NTU: Virtual Conference

A series of virtual events led by our researchers and international partners

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Join NTU academics and partner institutions for a series of events, workshops and discussions to continue our engagement with the UN75 dialogue around how we can work together to tackle global challenges.

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Join NTU academics and partner institutions for a series of events, workshops and discussions to continue our engagement with the UN75 dialogue around how we can work together to tackle global challenges.

To mark its 75th anniversary in 2020, the United Nations (UN) launched the UN75 initiative to start conversations within and across borders, sectors and generations to better address the challenges we face as a society, spanning a wide range of topics from sustainable business and economics to climate change, and ensuring quality education to gender equality.

The UN75+1 at NTU virtual conference will focus on the theme of The Challenge of Change. With the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals and the COP26 commitment high on the agenda for international governments, businesses and organisations, this event will explore the challenge of how we change our individual and collective behaviours to make a real-world impact.

Taking place across three-days from Tuesday 30 November – Thursday 2 December 2021, the conference will comprise of a series of standalone workshops, roundtables and panel discussions to bring together a global audience with NTU and its diverse network.

Led by our academics and partner institutions and organisations, these sessions will explore a broad range of topics across the theme, with a focus on NTU’s research strengths. The event will provide participants with a collaborative platform to develop and project key themes, challenges and responsibilities with a view to make a positive change.

NTU is delighted to welcome everyone who wishes to join the conversation to participate free of charge in as many of the conference sessions as are of interest.

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Please contact NTUGlobal@ntu.ac.uk with any questions.

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