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The latest events and news from the Lund University Agenda 2030 Graduate School, in collaboration with different stakeholders.

Events

 


2020


  • Inner Transformation for a Sustainable World - Inre omställning för en hållbar värld
    6 March, 15.00-18.00, Moderna Museet Malmö

Christine Wamsler, professor of sustainability studies at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), talks with Diego Galafassi, sustainability researcher at LUCSUS, and writer, poet and journalist Helena Granström on how we can move towards a more sustainable way of thinking and living. The talk is held in English.

The seminar series is co-arranged by Moderna Museet Malmö and the Agenda 2030 Graduate School. 

More information on how to register for the event on the webpage of Moderna Museet Malmö.

  • Listen to the Trees and Talk with the Flowers - Lyssna till träden och tala med blommorna
    27 February, 15.00-18.00, Moderna Museet Malmö

Can we as humans develop communication with plants? Diego Galafassi, artist and sustainability researcher at LUCSUS, Lund University, moderates a talk with Tobias Linné, researcher within critical animal studies at Lund University, Anna-Karin Borg-Karlson, professor emerita at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, and artist Christine Ödlund. The seminar is held in English.

The seminar series is co-arranged by Moderna Museet Malmö and the Agenda 2030 Graduate School. 

More information on how to register for the event on the webpage of Moderna Museet Malmö.

  • Should Nature be granted Legal Rights? - Kan naturen ha rättigheter?
    16 January, 15.00-18.00, Moderna Museet Malmö

Anders Ögren, associate professor in economic history at Lund University and David Harnesk, senior lecturer at Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies (LUCSUS), talk with Mona Persson, member of the Sami Parliament and artist Ursula Biemann on nature as a legal subject. The event is held partly in English, partly in Swedish.

The seminar series is co-arranged by Moderna Museet Malmö and the Agenda 2030 Graduate School. 

More information on how to register for the event on the webpage of Moderna Museet Malmö.


2019


  • On the Affinity Between Human and Mountain - Om samhörigheten mellan människa och berg
    21 November, 16.00-18.00, Moderna Museet Malmö

The first event of the seminar series held at the art exhibition Sensing Nature from Within includes a talk with philosopher, writer and professor Jonna Bornemark and artist Hanna Ljungh. The seminar is held in Swedish.

The seminar series is co-arranged by Moderna Museet Malmö and the Agenda 2030 Graduate School. 

More information on how to register for the event on the webpage of Moderna Museet Malmö.

  • Talk with Mikael Botnen Diamant
    13 November, 9.00-11.00, LUX

Mikael Botnen Diamant, consultant and member of expert panel in the development of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), will visit the Agenda 2030 Graduate School and its PhD students. Mikael will talk about how the SDGs were created, differences in implementation of the goals between Sweden and low-income countries and share experiences on working with the goals with universities and other stakeholders. Limited number of seats. Contact ylva [dot] van_meeningen [at] cec [dot] lu [dot] se if you want to join the event. 

More about Mikael Botnen Diamant on his webpage.

  • Lund University's Teaching and Learning Conference
    7 November, 8.30-16.30, Faculty of Social Sciences

Kristina Jönsson, coordinator of the Agenda 2030 Graduate School, participates in a panel on "Interdisciplinarity - Creating space to push the disciplinary boundaries in academia" at the annual teaching and learning conference of the university. 

See more information in the university's calendar.

  • U21 RISE Awards at Lund University
    29 October

Coordinator Kristina Jönsson holds a keynote speech about the importance and relevance of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the RISE Awards at Lund University. The event is a competition for students and recent graduates aiming for showcasing new talents in sustainablity and social innovation. The winner, Wenjing Yang and her project Solar4Schools, developed an automatic stand-alone solar system for schools in developing countries. In January 2020, the global winner will be announced by U21.

More about the RISE Awards on the Lund University Staff Pages

  • Re-thinking money for a sustainable future
    17 October, 8.00-12.00, Lund University School of Economics and Management

Professor Ester Barinaga, associate professor Anders Ögren and the Sustainable Future Hub at Lund University School of Economics and Management invite PhD students at Lund University to a workshop on how to re-think monetary systems. How can new forms of money contribute to developing more just, equal and sustainable societies?

More info in the School of Economics and Management's calendar.

  • A vision for a Sustainable Lund University by 2030 
    14 October, 14.00-17.00, Palaestra et Odeum, Lund

As part of The Future Week at Lund University the Agenda 2030 Graduate School and Lund University Sustainability Forum arranges an event where students, employes and the management of the university share their vision on how to become a sustainable university by 2030. What would you say to the management if you were to send them a postcard from the future - today?

Read more in the Sustainability Forum calendar.

  • Research seminar with Soo-Hyun Lee - PhD student at the Faculty of Law
    9 October, 14.45–15.00, LUCSUS, room Josephson, Biskopsgatan 5, Lund

Soo-Hyun Lee, Phd student in the Agenda 2030 Graduate School, presents his research focused on Economic Methods in International Trade Disputes to Enhance Development Relevance during this year's Lund University Development Research Day. More information on the webpage for Lund University Centre for Sustainability Studies - LUCSUS.

  • Research seminar with Emelie Lantz - PhD student in Human Rights Studies
    2 October, 13.15-15.00, LUX, room A332, Helgonavägen 3, Lund

Emelie Lantz, PhD student in the Agenda 2030 Graduate School, will present the plan for her PhD thesis and research project which aims to create a deeper understanding of the role civil society organisations (CSOs) can play, and what responsibility they might have, for the realisation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.

More information in the calendar of the unit for Human Rights Studies at Lund University.

  • Sensing Nature from Within
    28 September 2019 – 8 March 2020,
    Moderna Museet Malmö

The Agenda 2030 Graduate School is collaborative partner with Moderna Museet Malmö in the seminar series of their exhibition Sensing Nature from Within. The project will combine an international art exhibition with an interdisciplinary program of lectures, discussions and performances.

More about the events and seminars of the exhibition at Moderna Museet Malmö's webpage.

  • Sustainability Week 2019
    8-13 April, Lund

Lund University, The City of Lund and other stakeholders invite you to a week full of sustainability activities. The Agenda 2030 Graduate School will join the seminars and vibrant discussions.

More info about the Lund Sustainability Week 2019.

  • Fighting Climate Change – Mapping the pathway with social movements.
    6 March, 14.00-16.00, Kulturen, Lund

Public lecture with climate change activists Bill McKibben and Ulf Jarnefjord.
Arranged by the Agenda 2030 Graduate School in collaboration with the Pufendorf IAS Advanced Study Group Civil Society and Sustainability Studies (CIVICSUS)​​​​​.

More info about the seminar with Bill McKibben and Ulf Jarnefjord.

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