Empower researchers in Europe and Africa to lead interdisciplinary and collaborative projects tackling SDGs.
1st SDG Summer School led 100% online to adapt to the context of the Covid-19 pandemics.
An innovative summer school to meet the challenges of sustainable development adopted by the UN.
- Interdisciplinary and intercultural: it is aimed at doctoral students and involves scientists, actors in the implementation of the SDGs (researchers, teacher-researchers, unit managers, doctoral students, post-doctoral students, etc.) from the South and the North, all of whom are mobilized to contribute to the achievement of the 2030 Agenda for the benefit of future generations.
- A format based on interdisciplinary research: nourished by the scientific knowledge presented during the first day, in videoconference, the participants will work in teams to create, structure and develop a research theme related to the SDGs, accompanied by mentors and in a process that places design and scientific collaboration at the heart of the working methods.
50 researchers from 17 countries co-designed 10 interdisciplinary research project
100% attendance rate
98% would recommend to a colleague