The Australia, New Zealand & Pacific Network of the Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) brings together SDSN members in the region to develop and promote solutions, policies and public education for sustainable development.

Call for EOIs: 2nd Regional workshop on mainstreaming education for the SDGs in HEIs

9 November, 2021

The 2nd joint SDSN AusNZPac, ACTS and PRME AusNZ regional Workshop on Mainstreaming Education for the SDGs in Higher Education will take place virtually on 22-24 February 2022. We invite EOIs from member institutions to present on initiatives relevant to the workshop focus areas. Read More >

Join us to explore university transformations for the SDGs

16 September, 2021

SDSN AusNZPac helped organise a number of sessions at the International Conference for Sustainable Development on 20 & September. The recording of the plenary session is now available. Read More >

Workshop: The climate crisis and universities: Capturing the student perspective

16 September, 2021

SDSN Youth AusNZPac and partners are inviting any student who has a curiosity or passion about addressing climate change to join us on 12 October to be inspired, share, learn, and collaborate on capturing the student perspective on the climate crisis and universities! Read More >

Webinar: University SDG Reports: What is (current) best practice?

26 July, 2021

A recording of our conversation with leading global experts on reporting university contributions to the SDGs is now available! Read More >

Call for 2021 case studies: Accelerating Education for the SDGs in Universities

8 April, 2021

SDSN is inviting submissions of innovative and inspiring case studies of how higher education institutions around the world are implementing and mainstreaming Education for the SDGs. The deadline for submissions has been extended to 5 May. Read More >

ICSD 2021: Call for abstracts

19 March, 2021

Great sessions on emerging sustainable development topics at the 9th International Conference on Sustainable Development (ICSD), Sep 2021 virtually. The Call for abstracts is open until 1 May. Read More >

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