How can I engage with SDGs at my university?
Maybe you’ve asked yourself before: ‘What can I, as a student, do about the SDGs?’ Maybe you’re not sure how to contribute, what actions could help, or simply where to start. Here are some ways you could get started:
SDSN Member Institutions
Find out if your university/ institution is a member of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN)! SDSN is home to a global network of 700+ universities, research centres, and think tanks.
If your university is an SDSN member, you could reach out to your institution’s leadership, and see if there are areas for students to help. A full list of SDSN member institutions in alphabetical order can be found at: http://unsdsn.org/what-we-do/national-and-regional-networks/members/).
Your university isn’t a part of SDSN? No problem. Why not write to your university’s leadership and see if they’d be interested to join? Membership is free - more information about membership, and how to apply, can be found here: http://unsdsn.org/get-involved/join-the-sdsn/).