The Thai translation of the comic “The Planet and the 17 Goals”

SDG Move contacted Margreet de Heer, a Dutch author, and got an approval for the translation of the comic “The Planet and the 17 Goals”, which is the cooperation between UNICEF, PCI Media, World’s Largest Lesson, PVBLIC, and Reading with Pictures. The comic was released for the first time in English version in September 2015,Continue reading “The Thai translation of the comic “The Planet and the 17 Goals””

Thammasat University hosted The 3rd National Conference on Volunteerism

Thammasat University hosted the 3rd National Conference on Volunteerism on January 9-10, 2018, at Tha Prachan Campus, supported by Thai Health Promotion Foundation. The main theme is the “Volunteerism form Sustainable Development”.

Thammasat University participated in the formulation of EU-Roadmap on CSO-SDG

SDG Move cooperated and participated in the series of workshops organised by IBF international consulting, financed by the European Union, to formulate civil society action plan in driving the agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals between 2020-2022.

SDG Move at Regional Workshop on Urban Nexus

SDG Move (SDG Research and Support Programme) joined a panel in the Ninth Regional Workshop on Integrated Research Management in Asian Cities: The Urban Nexus: Safeguarding finite water-energy-land resources for future generations, on 22 to 23 May 2019. This workshop is organizsed by GIZ in cooperation with UNESCAP and Local Government for Sustainability (ICLEI).

SDG Move: SDG Research and Support Programme

SDG Move or SDG Research and Support Programme is a research programme under Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University. It is one of the first research programme in the country established specifically for SDGs. It is also regarded as one of a few SDG knowledge hubs in the country.

Host of the SDSN Thailand

Thammasat University, by SDG Research and Support Programme, Faculty of Economics, Thammasat University is now a co-host institution of Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) Thailand, along with Chulalongkorn University and National Science and Technology Development Agency (NSTDA).

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