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Organizado por Antoni Luna

Rethinking the UN SDG Agenda in the Post-Pandemic Era: Building new priorities, facing new challenges and seizing opportunities.

  • Fechas:

    Del 30/06/21 al 02/07/21

  • Lugar:

    Av. Baix Llobregat, s/n, 08950 Esplugues de Llobregat, Barcelona, Espanya, San Juan Despí, Bajo Llobregat, España (mapa)

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From the international organizations to our own little communities and families, everything has been shaken by the current COVID-19 pandemic. Global problems associated with poverty, hunger, and surely health, have been foregrounded. The crisis has led to a lot of new issues and accelerated many others. When it is just a decade to reach the deadline of the SDGs and the 2030 Agenda, the path seems to have dramatically changed. This challenge also provides an opportunity to act for a fairer and greener society while tackling the consequences of this tremendous disruption. The conference will be student-led, strengthening the student centred value emphasized in the alliance, giving a main role to them, their rich ideas and voices speaking from all over Europe. “Rethinking the UN SDG Agenda in the Post Pandemic Era” will look at the particular effect of the health crisis on the SDGs, especially in cities, inequalities, consumption and other topics in a transdisciplinary way. Encouraging the participation of experts in the fields and university students in order to create a joint conversation necessary to widen our perspectives and therefore work towards these goals while leaving no one behind.

"Rethinking the UN SDG Agenda in the Post-Pandemic Era: Building new priorities, facing new challenges and seizing opportunities" is a student-centered online conference organized by Eutopia, the university alliance of like-minded universities consisting of Universitat Pompeu Fabra, University of Warwick, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, CY Cergy Paris Université, University of Gothenburg and University of Ljubljana. 

 

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June 30

10:00 Presentation Antoni Luna, vice rector of internationalization at UPF.

10:15 Keynote by Henning Göransson, Program Officer of Water and Sanitation at the Stockholm International Water Institute. #SDG6

11:00 Planet: inspirational pitch presentations

12:00 People: inspirational pitch presentations.

 

July 1

11:00 Planet: round table

12:00 Poster presentation

13:00 Peace: round table

14:00 Keynote by Cynthia Enloe, Feminist Theorist, Writer and Professor, with focus on gender and militarism. #SDG4 #SDG16

 

July 2

11:00 Partnerships: inspirational pitch presentations.

12:00 Prosperity: inspirational pitch presentations.

13:00 People: Workshop by Helena Robert

14:00 Farewell Antoni Luna

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Henning Göransson Handberg is a Programme Officer in the Water and Sanitation team at the Stockholm International Water Institute. He mainly works on the Accountability for Sustainability project together with UNICEF. 

Henning is currently focusing on a review of the WASH-BAT tool and a study on service delivery models of water and sanitation. Henning has eight years’ experience working in international development research, evaluation and policy, both as a researcher and consultant. Henning is an expert in quantitative and qualitative data collection and research and in 2017 worked in the field in South Sudan, managing BBC Media Action’s research and evaluation of behaviour change communication programming. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from Oxford University and an MSc in African Politics from SOAS.

Cynthia Enloe is a feminist theorist and writer internationally renowned for her work on gender and militarism and for her contributions to the field of feminist international relations. In 2017, she was selected to be named on the Gender Justice Legacy Wall, installed in the International Crimes Court, The Hague.

At Clark University, Professor Enloe served as director of the Women’s Studies Program and as chair of the Political Science Department, and received the Outstanding Teacher Award three times.She now is a research professor in the Department of International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE), and is affiliated with both the Political Science Department and with Women’s and Gender Studies.

Professor Enloe’s career has included Fulbrights in Malaysia and Guyana, guest professorships in Japan, Britain, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Her books include Maneuvers: The International Politics of Militarizing Women’s Lives (2000), The Curious Feminist (2004) and Nimo’s War, Emma’s War: Making Feminist Sense of the Iraq War, (2010), The Real State of America: Mapping the Myths and Truths about the United States (co-authored with Joni Seager) (2011, revised 2014). Seriously! Investigating Crashes and Crises as if Women Mattered appeared in 2013. Enloe’s thoroughly updated and revised 2nd edition of Bananas, Beaches and Bases was published by University of California Press, 2014. Her updated edition of Globalization and Militarism: Feminists Make the Link was published in 2016, and her newest book is The Big Push: Exposing and Challenging Persistent Patriarchy, (Myriad, UK, and Univ. of California Press, US, 2017).

Professor Enloe’s feminist teaching and research have explored the interplay of gendered politics in both the national and international arenas, with special attention to how women’s labor is made cheap in globalized factories (especially sneaker factories) and how women’s emotional and physical labor has been used to support many governments’ war-waging policies — and how diverse women have tried to resist these efforts. Racial, class, ethnic and national identity dynamics, as well as ideas about femininities and masculinities, are common threads throughout her studies.

Her work has drawn the attention National Public Radio, Al Jazeera, C-Span, the BBC and other media.In 2010, she was awarded the Peace and Justice Studies Association’s Howard Zinn Lifetime Achievement Award. The American Council of Learned Societies awarded Cynthia its Charles Haskins Award in 2016, while the Caucus for New Political Science awarded her the McCoy Award in 2018.

Helena Robert i CamposUPF Barcelona Global Studies alumna, currently pursuing her MSc in Gender, Development and Globalisation at the London School of Economics and Political Science and residing in the United Kingdom. Throughout her university years, she has been engaged in a number of student-led initiatives and organisations, including the UN Students’ Association and the Young European Movement, to which remains committed during her postgraduate studies. Helena is passionate about bringing a gender lens to any field of research and policy-making, and particularly interested in inequalities, sustainable urban and rural development, agriculture and global production-consumption patterns, and feminist ecological economics. In September 2020, she presented her Bachelor’s Final Thesis’ research at the International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR), where she mapped the interconnections between the gender division of labour, unpaid care work, and urban mobility within the framework of the UN SDGs 5 and 11. You can find her on Twitter: helenrbt11.