After returning to Australia, I am fortunate to once again connect with the United Nations mission of progressing the SDGs in local schools. Currently associated with United Nations Association of Australia, NSW as their Director of Education we piloted our UN Day School Program in 2021. Schools in Australia just like in other parts of the world have been struggling with the challenges of Covid, floods and rains.
The UNAA (NSW) School Program – ‘United Nations Day – Peace People Planet’ is a lead up to the UN Day celebrations on Monday 24th October, 2022.
Our 2022 program offers opportunities for NSW schools to get involved with some wonderful local organizations supporting the SDGs like Love Food Hate Waste, Take 3 for the Sea and our amazing Education partners, Edu-fy, Upschool.co, Banksia Foundation and many more! The aim is to work together to make the world a better place #SDG17 #SDG4
Benefits for schools:
✓ Support from UNAA (NSW) on organising the day with exclusive FREE Teacher resources.
✓ One year free organisational membership to UNAA (NSW)
√ 1:1 support from our partners in implementing their programs
√ The chance to be showcased on the UNAA (NSW) website, social media channels, our Annual Report; and more.
√ Participating schools can nominate a staff member for the coveted UN Diploma Scholarship.
Register here for joining the UN Day school program ( only NSW schools are eligible) to receive your FREE SDG resources, invitations to innovative partner programs, events and a chance to nominate for the NSW Minister’s Young Champion Award!!!
The Minister’s Young Climate Champion as part of the 2022 NSW Sustainability Awards is your chance to showcase the innovative projects. This award recognises young climate innovators with bold ideas for a safe and thriving future that aligns with one or more of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
You can choose ideas from the resource kits provided by the UNAA NSW or adapt, plan creative and sustainable actions/ campaigns as a Young Climate Champion. This can be an individual, group or whole school initiative. Download the Entry Kit from the Banksia website.
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