24 Hours with the Global Goals timetable

Below is the timetable of sessions for the 24 Hours with the Global Goals event taking place on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 October 2018. .

24 Hours with the Global Goals, Thursday 18 October 
Time Topic of discussion Session lead
Session one: Introduction
Location: Vijay Patel Building screen
 12:00 (UK)/14:00 (Cyprus) - 12:08

Opening Speech: Professor Dominic Shellard

Professor Dominic Shellard

12:08 - 12:10

Chancellor Baroness Lawrence

 
12:10 - 12:15

Maher Nasser Introduction

Professor Dominic Shellard

12:15 - 12:20

A call to action – young people and the SDGs 

Maher Nasser 
12:20 - 12:25

Vice Chancellor to introduce Andy Collop video from Cyprus

Professor Dominic Shellard
12:25 - 12:30 Andy Collop video  
12:30 - 12:50

     Student speeches – SDGs and learning experiences

 

           -  Zeinab Al-Ahmar – Law, Human Rights and Social Justice 

           -  Yusuf Sader – Accounting and Finance

          -  Jabulani Ndlovu – Mental Health Nursing

Professor Dominic Shellard
12:50 - 13:00

Closing remarks

Professor Dominic Shellard
Session two: Sustainable Development Goal 1, no poverty
Location: Hawthorn Square
13:00 - 13:05  Introduction

Mark Charlton 

13:05 - 13:20  “12 Years to Limit Climate Change”   Dominic Shellard – SDG13
13:20 - 13:35 “The Gendered Nature of Climate Change Institutions”  Kate Wilkinson Cross – SDG13
13:35 - 13:50 Introduction the Stephen Lawrence Research Centre and its link with SDG16 Baroness Lawrence
13:50 - 14:00

Opportunity of to get a preview of the Stephen Lawrence

Research Centre.

Baroness Lawrence

 

 

Mark Charlton

Session three: Sustainable Development Goal 2, zero hunger
14:00 - 14:05  Introduction Rusi Jaspal
14:05 - 14:20  

Towards zero hunger: Is there a role for students and universities?

Parvez Haris – SDG2
14:20 - 14:35 Speed lecture / Research Showcase + Q&A Christopher Herriot – SDG1
14:35 - 14:50 Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG2 – Zero Hunger? Rusi Jaspal
14:50 - 15:00  Closing Remarks
Rusi Jaspal 
Session four: Sustainable Development Goal 3, good health and wellbeing
15:00 - 15:05  Introduction Jo Cooke 
15:05 - 15:20 “Addressing Global Sexual Health Inequalities: An Action Plan” Rusi Jaspal – SDG3
15:20 - 15:35  

“HealthyDMU: how do we contribute to both the experience of our students and provide a broader lead in adopting progressive approaches to personal wellbeing?”

Phil Scarffe
15:35 - 15:50 Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG 3 – Good Health and Wellbeing? Jo Cooke, Dr Abi Moriarty and Phil Scarffe 
15:50 - 16:00  Closing Remarks
Jo Cooke
Session five: Sustainable Development Goal 4, quality education
16:00 - 16:05  Introduction Simon Bradbury
16:05 - 16:20  “Working with nature to fight water pollution” Parvez Haris – SDG6 
16:20 - 16:35  “Can democracy handle climate change”  Alasdair Blair – SDG13 
16:35 - 16:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG4 – Quality Education? Simon Bradbury
16:50 - 17:00  Closing Remarks
Simon Bradbury
Session six: Sustainable Development Goal 5, gender equality
17:00 - 17:05  Introduction Jennifer Penfold
17:05 - 17:20 “It’s just one bottle, said 7.2 billion people. Individual actions will make a difference” Gemma Andrews – SDG14
17:20 - 17:35  “Upcycling and Circular Economy” Kyungeun Sung – SDG12
17:35 - 17:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG5 – Gender Equality? Jennifer Penfold and Chris Hall 
17:50 - 18:00  Closing Remarks
Jennifer Penfold
Session seven: Sustainable Development Goal 6, clean water and sanitation
 18:00 - 18:05  Introduction Fiona Dick
 18:05 - 18:20 “Let wealth flow like a river” Seun Kolade – SDG1 
 18:20 - 18:35 “Heat pumps, green growth and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals”
Rick Greenough – SDG7 
 18:35 - 18:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG6 – Clean Water and Sanitation? Fiona Dick
18:50 - 19:00  Closing Remarks
Fiona Dick
Session eight: Sustainable Development Goal 7, affordable and clean energy
19:00 - 19:05  Introduction Philip Pothen
19:05 - 19:20 “Solar Taxis and Smart Mini-Grids for the Developing World”

Rupert Gammon – SDG7

19:20 - 19:35  Speed lecture / Research Showcase + Q&A Chris Goldsmith 
19:35 - 19:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG7 – Affordable and Clean Energy? Philip Pothen 
19:50 - 20:00  Closing Remarks
Philip Pothen
Session nine: Sustainable Development Goal 8, decent work and economic growth
20:00-20:05  Introduction David Parkes 
 20:05 - 20:20  Speed lecture / Research Showcase + Q&A Regina Frank – SDG8
 20:20 - 20:35 “From period poverty to period equity” Christina Weis – SDG6 
 20:35 - 20:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG8 – Decent Work and Economic Growth? David Parkes
 20:50 - 21:00  Closing Remarks David Parkes
Session 10: Sustainable Development Goal 9, industry, innovation and infrastructure
21:00 - 21:05  Introduction Philip Costley

21:05 - 21:20

“The role of good Financial Governance in reducing poverty and improving democratic engagement” Fred Mear – SDG16
21:20 - 21:35 “Promoting peace and justice by researching and challenging anti-Muslim racism”  Ben Whitham – SDG16
21:35 - 21:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG9 – Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure? Philip Costley
21:50 - 22:00  Closing Remarks
Philip Costley 
Session 11: Sustainable Development Goal 10, reduced inequalities
22:00 - 22:05  Introduction David Bryan
22:05 - 22:20 "SDG 16 - Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions: Women in Prison,the Need for Radical Reform" Christina Quinlan- SDG16
22:20 - 22:35  Evidence-based policing, innovation and sustainable communities William Morris  
22:35 - 22:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote SDG10 – Reduced Inequalities? David Bryan
22:50 - 23:00  Closing Remarks
David Bryan
Session 12: Sustainable Development Goal 11, sustainable cities and communities
23:00 - 23:05  Introduction James Gardner
23:05 - 23:20  Plans to install Beehives at De Montfort University Karl Letten
23:20 - 23:35  Why be a Beekeeper? Ann Collick/ Sian Brewis
23:35 - 23:50  Battle of the BeeKeepers! – Quiz Dedicated to all things Bee-related Pritesh Nathubhai
23:50 - 00:00 Closing Remarks
James Gardner
Sustainability Awareness Event timetable, Friday 19 October
Time Topic of discussion Session lead
Session 13: Hackathon
Location: Campus Centre
 00:00 - 06:00  CAMPUS CENTRE HACKATHON
  • Pre-event refugee donation drive
  • Sorting and packing gift-sets/toiletry packs for refugees.
  • Creative activities – art workshops / poetry readings / literature workshop
 #DMUlocal
Session 14: Sustainable Development Goal 12, responsible consumption and production
06:00 - 06:05  Introduction Umesh Desai
06:05 - 06:20  Climate change, human rights and sustainable protection of 'climate migrants' Irene Antonopoulos
06:20 - 06:35  “Moving mountains, gender equality in 2018” Chris Bradshaw – SDG5 
 06:35 - 06:50

 Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote this SDG12

– Responsible Consumption and Production?

Umesh Desai
 06:50 - 07:00

Closing Remarks

Umesh Desai
Session 15: Sustainable Development Goal 13, climate action
07:00 - 07:05   Introduction Professor Richard Bull
07:05 - 07:20 “Hope or despair in the face of climate change” Richard Bull – SDG13 
07:20 - 07:35 “Behaviour change and market regulation for responsible production and consumption” Edward Cartwright – SDG12
07:35 - 07:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote this SDG12

– Climate Action?

Professor Richard Bull
07:50 - 08:00  Closing Remarks
Professor Richard Bull
Session 16: Sustainable Development Goal 14, life below water
08:00 - 08:05 Introduction

Professor Jaqueline Labbe
08:05 - 08:20

“The role of UNSDG4: Quality Education in meeting the

recommendations of the inter-governmental panel on climate change” 
Richard Hall – SDG4
08:20 - 08:35 “Brexit, a resilient infrastructure and sustainable industrialization” Alistair Jones – SDG8

08:35 - 08:50

 Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote this SDG14

– Life Below Water?

Professor Jaqueline Labbe
08:50 - 09:00  Closing Remarks
Professor Jaqueline Labbe
Session 17: Sustainable Development Goal 15, life on land
Location: 
09:00 - 09:05  Introduction Jo Richardson
09:05 - 09:20  “Forensic Science Research Assisting UN Sustainable Development Goals” Leisa-Nichols Drew – SDG15
09:20 - 09:35 “Housing poverty and the campaign to end street homelessness” Jo Richardson – SDG10 
09:35 - 09:50  Ideas workshop – what can we do as a university to promote this SDG15

– Life on land?

Jo Richardson
09:50 - 10:00  Closing Remarks
Jo Richardson
Session 18: Sustainable Development Goal 16, peace, justice and strong institutions
10:00 - 10:05   Introduction Kevin Bampton 
10:05 - 10:20 Speed lecture/Research showcase Conrad Nyamutata
10:20 - 10:35 Speed lecture/Research showcase Dave Walsh/Laura Pjon
10:35 - 10:50

Speed lecture/research showcase

Kevin Bampton
10:50 - 11:00 Closing Remarks
Kevin Bampton
Session 19: Sustainable Development Goal 17, partnerships for the goals/close
 11:00 - 11:05  Introduction Mark Charlton
11:05 - 11:15

#UNNGO2018 Session – Acting on our pledge

 

 

Daniel Bewley 

Emily Fox 

Aneesah Latkan 
11:15 - 11:35

LAUNCH OF MODEL UNITED NATIONS 

Kalem Todd and Emily Fox
11:35 - 11:50 Closing Speech – Reflecting on the 24 Hours and further call to action Professor Dominic Shellard
11:50 - 12:00 Gospel Choir and Group Photo   
EVENT END

 

 
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