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Post-conference workshop

Innovative solutions and cooperation’s to reach the Sustainable Development Goals

During the conference, you will gain new knowledge, expand your network and many great ideas on how to better work with integration will hopefully arise. It’s important that we don't lose these ideas and contacts as we go home from the conference. They have the potential of turning into solutions that will lead to a more sustainable society.

We therefore invite integration projects representatives participating in the Conference on Immigration and Labour Market Integration to a post-conference workshop. This event aims to see how your project contributes to a more sustainable society. During the workshop you will learn more about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and more specifically what impact your project has on the SDGs.

Why should you participate?

Your participation in the post-conference workshop is the entrance to be part of a Solution Initiatives Forum (SIF) focusing on Integration in the spring of 2018 organized by SDSN Northern Europe. The SIFs are designed to connect innovators, investors, businesses, civil society, policy makers and academia to highlight sustainable solutions in different themes. Jointly barriers and drivers to the implementation of sustainable solutions are identified.

The workshop will take place right after the Conference on Immigration and Labour Market Integration, November 15, and will be organized by the Sustainable Development Solution Network (SDSN) Northern Europe.

About SDSN Northern Europe

SDSN Northern Europe connects Nordic academic institutions to communicate what sustainability is all about and promote joint learning and sustainable solutions.


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