2nd Sustainable Development Goals week 19.11-26.11.2019
Driven by our strategy HANKEN 2025 and our commitment to Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), Hanken wants to take charge and push the boundaries in building a more responsible and sustainable society through collaboration, creativity and innovation. With the theme week around SDGs, our aim is to mobilise, engage and inspire our staff, students and members of public to work towards solving some of biggest challenges our times and to achieve the SDGs.
The program of the week is designed to tackle different SDGs with a specific focus on SDG 5: Gender Equality, SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities, SDG 12: Responsible Consumption and Production, SDG 13: Climate Action, SDG 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions and SDG 17: Partnerships for the goals.
Looking to learn more and contribute to Hanken's mission and the global goals?
Check out the program below and let's embark on this collective journey:
Exhibitions 19.11-26.11, Helsinki and Vaasa
Transforming society one exhibition at a time!
Grab your colleagues or friends or just drop by alone to enjoy following exhibitions lined up for the week:
- Tex Skuthorpe, Aboriginal artist from Goodooga, North western NSW, Australia exhibited in Helsinki and Vaasa
- PLAN International "Kaukana kotoa" exhibition; pictures by Meeri Koutaniemi, exhibited in Helsinki
- Sustainability-In-Action! Hanken campaign exhibited in both Helsinki and Vaasa
- SDG Innovation stories created by Hanken students in the course Strategy and Sustainability, exhibited in Helsinki and Vaasa
- SDGs in display in both Helsinki and Vaasa
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Clothes Donation 19.11-26.11, Vaasa
Bring your unused clothes to donation boxes In Vaasa!
Recycle your clothing and bring them to Hanken for donation. Star of Hope/ Hoppets stjärna will be collecting the donation. Please only donate items that you would be happy to buy yourself: undamaged, clean, and fit for sale. The donation box will be stationed in the foyer of Vaasa building for the whole week!
Responsible Organising Conference 19.11, Helsinki and Vaasa
Climate crisis, fake news, inequality & social exclusion, unsustainable consumption are some of the biggest challenges of our times! … The time to act is now. Do you want to get a deeper understanding along with research-based insights on these challenges and many more? Fancy taking part in transforming the world for the better with people from different walks of life?
Join us to embark on a collective journey to transform society on 19th November at the 3rd edition of Responsible Organising Conference!
In the morning plenary session, Karin Berglund (Professor at Stockholm Business School), Katja Toropainen (Founder of Inklusiiv, ex-Chief Curator at Slush), and Antti Nousjoki (one of the Architects of Oodi Library), will discuss about “Innovation and Inclusion”. In the afternoon, 10 workshops in 5 parallel sessions, are organized on various sustainability issues such as sustainable Consumption, Fake News; Sustainability Reporting…targeted at different Sustainable Development Goals.
The Morning plenary session will be held in the Assembly Hall (Aula) and workshops in different rooms in Helsinki. Morning Plenary session will be streamed in the Auditorium 142 in Vaasa.
Folkhälsan’s visit 21.11, Helsinki
Hanken Volunteer Work: Get involved and enrich yourself!
In search of an enjoyable, meaningful and socially sustainable way of spending your free time?
If you want a different kind of break that is refreshing and rewarding, be one of the guests at informal get-togethers in the Folkhälsan Seniorhus at Mannerheimintie 97. Spending half an hour with senior citizens is half an hour of fun, engagement and sound investment in interpersonal and intergenerational skills.
This lovely residence for senior citizens is a 15-min bus ride from the university. Info on the “Seniorhus” in Swedish (venue for the volunteer work) http://www.folkhalsan.fi/startsida/Om-oss/Folkhalsanhus/Seniorhuset/
On Nov 21, Hanken volunteer students will be hosts and hostesses during the visit of some senior residents to the university. The schedule is as follows:
13.30 Rector Karen Spens’ welcome speech
13.45 Johan Vestin’s guided tour of the university’s art and SDG exhibit
14.30 coffee and get-together
Why: Acquaint yourself with volunteer work and the cooperation with Folkhälsan.
When: Nov 21 at 13.30-15.00
Registration: No registration needed
Where: teachers lounge (516) in Helsinki
Questions? contact Marisun Gajitos at email@example.com
Student Case Competition 21.11, Helsinki
Students, let’s do some consulting work on SDGs and help a local NGO!
180 degrees consulting Helsinki, a student consulting organisation is organising a case competition with Moonaliiku as an NGO case organisation.
The case competition will take place in Helsinki in room A309.
More info and sign-up can be found here!
Green Office breakfast 25.11, Helsinki and Vaasa
Green office breakfast: how can we together contribute to a more sustainable and Green Hanken?
In Helsinki, Petra Laiti, Sami and climate change activist and current Hanken student, will inspire us to think about how could Hanken be more sustainable overall. After that, Hanken's Green Office team will present current actitivities, results and future plans (including that of going carbon neutral by 2030). To conclude, there will be an open session, where Hanken staff members can voice their own ideas of what could Hanken do better.
In Vaasa, Otso Sillanaukee, former Hanken student and author of book Zero Waste jäähyväiset jätteille will talk about his journey and provide with some tips and tricks for a more sustainable and waste-free lifestyle (TBC).
The breakfast will be held in the Business Lab/Torget in Helsinki (08.45-10:15) and staff room on second floor in Vaasa (9:00-10:00).
No Registration needed! All staff members are welcome!
IPSP Interactive workshop 25.11, Helsinki
What Is Going In The World? An Open Interactive Workshop on IPSP
You are warmly welcome to the half-day Workshop on IPSP (The International Panel on Social Progress) – organised by Responsible Organising and the GODESS Institute at Hanken in Helsinki in Auditorium Maxen.
Within the afternoon, there will be moving interactive workgroups on such topics as: change through work; change through community; gender and diversity; values and responsibilities; the future. The event will be facilitated by Jeff Hearn, Professor Emeritus at Hanken and Co-director of GODESS Institute, Charlotta Niemistö,Project Leader and Co-director of GODESS Institute , Greta Steenvoorden, Doctoral Student at Hanken and Karl-Erik Sveiby, Professor Emeritus at Hanken.
More information and sign-up here!
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Flea Market and Clothes Donation 26.11, Helsinki
Flea Market and Clothes donation in Helsinki
Looking to clean out your wardrobe and find a new loving user for them? Looking for some new clothes for upcoming winters? The 26th of November you will have the chance to sell your clothes and other small items at Hanken. Set up a stand with your friends or by yourself and if you don't have anything to sell you are welcome to shop! You can also donate clothes to FIDA at the event!
Register as a seller here! If you plan to donate or buy, just drop by, no need to sign- up!
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