South Campus Global Goals Series

AUT's Sustainability Goals 

Local stories. Local initiatives. 

Global Goals

AUT South Campus now offers a series of informative events on campus.The AUT South Campus Global Goals Series aligns with the United Nations sustainable development goal. Follow the hash tag #globalgoals to keep up with the conversation.

Topics covered in the AUT South Campus Global Goals Series

See below for an outline of topics. Dates and details to come.

January 

  • Careers Progression: successful learning and work choices in New Zealand - Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals

February 

  • Women's Health and Midwifery Conference - Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing
  • Big Gay Out and Pride Festival - Goal 5: Gender Equality 
  • Environment Education Collaboration, Momentum Hub - Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities 

March 

  • Puhinui Stream Clean Up (23 March) - Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities 

April 

  • AUT South Campus hosts Pacific Island Leaders of Tomorrow Programme (5 April) - Goal 15: Life on Land 
  • Emergency and Disaster Management Symposium (28 April) - Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institution  

May 

June

July

  • Design and Creative Techonologies, Future Cities (13 July) - Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities 

August  

  • Diversity and Inclusion Celebration Evening Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities

September

  • Educational Leadership, Howard Youngs (1 - 2 September) - Goal 4: Quality Education for All 
  • Tuvalu Language Week - Goal 13: Climate Action 
  • Global Goals Week, 18 - 24 September  

October

  • Political Correctness - Why understanding politics matters - Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institution 

November

  • Sustainability: Social Innovation South - Goal 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities
  • Charity Starts at Home: giving, tithing and modern fundraising - 16 November  

December

  • Leadership out South. Annual Leaders Breakfast - Goal 4: Quality Education for All
  • Final Event: Review and Where to from here

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AUT's commitment to sustainability

AUT’s commitment to sustainability involves being environmentally, socially, culturally, as well as economically sustainable in our operations, and the lifelong learning and research opportunities we offer our students and staff.

AUT’s commitment to sustainability

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Email jody.jackson-becerra@aut.ac.nz 

 

Last updated: 27-Jun-2017 9.26am

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