SDG Simulation Hubs: Generating Knowledge for Change
United Nations - Higher Education - Business - NGOs
SDG simulation-based and world-connected training for action
Building human capacities, preparedness and resilience
Motivating change and supporting systemic responsiveness
The SDG Simulation Hubs are experiential, interdisciplinary and world-connected learning environments in which participants weave talents and creativity into far-reaching action plans for a human-civilisational paradigm change worldwide. They take ownership of the SDG language, immerse into today´s most pressing challenges with a focus on sustainable development, and become agents of change.
Simulations, team challenges, interactive research labs and multi-party negotiations foster a lively learning environment that meets the orientations and needs of partner institutions. Brainstorming and design thinking tools are used to stimulate group work and knowledge generation.
Focus areas: Climate change, sustainable water management, food security, sustainable consumption, human-digital paradigm
Soft skills: Inclusive leadership, negotiation, team management, change management, partnership building, multi-stakeholder engagement, project development and implementation, creation and innovation processes, resilience in difficult situations
Hybrid sessions: From 2 hours to 1 week of experiential training with on-site and on-line activities
`I thought it was very interesting and definitely learnt a lot´
`Thank you for your excellent negotiation session, I really enjoyed the process´
`The sessions were thoroughly enjoyable and very informative´
`I really enjoyed your positive attitude and the insights you gave us on your career but also life in general. Your optimistic yet realistic mindset was very pleasant and helpful´
`Ms. Artal has a really good way to teach and this is partly due to her great personality´
´Intensive and interesting simulations in a pleasant atmosphere´
`We went beyond our comfort zones, applied new paradigms and reflected on our behaviours´
`I rarely participated in a course that was so encouraging and with such a broad view on the world´
Céline Artal designs and facilitates the SDG Simulation Hubs from her work experiences in sustainable development with the United Nations in Bangkok, Thailand, and her engagements in experiential learning in higher education in Europe and North America.
“The human development, experiential and solution-oriented perspectives of Céline Artal’s ´SDG Simulation Hubs´ prepare our students to become actors of change in sustainability, to apply their knowledge to real-life situations and to craft strategic plans for concerted actions.”
´Céline ran two informed, intelligent, fun, stimulating, interactive and successful days of negotiations. She created an energetic and enthusiastic environment. She presented new content, highlighting real-life challenges and helped our Master´s students in developing their thinking, logic and reasoning skills.´
“I am convinced that Ms Céline Artal ́s SDG Simulation Hubs and approaches provide the education sector – and beyond – with the tools, methods and synergies to ultimately deliver sustainable development.”
“My students and I at HEC Montreal thoroughly enjoyed your presentations on the Human Development Index and the work of “PNUD”. Not only were the presentations very informative and thought provoking but the delivery was very well done as well. We hope to have you again as a guest speaker in our International Affairs Program.”
“Céline is an extraordinary professional with extraordinary dedication and warm heart. Her contributions to the Women and Wealth Project have been beyond anybody’s expectations, leading to the continuous engagement of a world-class volunteer foundation and the subsequent empowerment of women living with HIV. Without doubt, Céline will be a tremendous asset to any institution seeking a highly-qualified professional who brings genuine values.”
“Ms Céline Artal´s Third Sector Seminar and SDG Simulations have received the highest rating among all other lectures of our programme. She has excellent empathy for the specific needs of the students and has provided us with valuable and constructive feedback for the future development of our curriculum.”
_INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCES AND EVENTS
> Upcoming - Lyon, France - June 2021 - Digit´Ère Day, Université de Lyon - On-line discussion and debate on the human-digital interaction in the context of a paradigm change
> Lyon, France - November 2019 - Céline Artal will speak at the introductory round table of the INSA´s Campus Durable event. Céline will also facilitate the SDG Simulation Hubs for professors, staff members and students - Focus: Water and Climate Change: Catalising Forces and Motivating Actions for Sustainable Living
> Shanghai, China - April 2019 - Session of the SDG Simulation Hubs at the Foundation for Environmental Education (Young Reporters for the Environment) - Global Meeting - Focus: Water
_PARTNERS OF NEXUS HUMANI - SDG SIMULATION HUBS: HIGHER EDUCATION SECTOR
LEUPHANA UNIVERSITY, LÜNEBURG, GERMANY
> Complementary Studies Programme - 2018-ongoing
> eBiNK: SDGs, Sustainable Consumption and Contemplative Practices, November 2017
> Conference Week, 28 Feb. - 2 March 2018
BERLIN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS AND LAW/HTW UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES, GERMANY
> The Third Sector and the SDGs - B.A., April 2016-ongoing
IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON, GREAT BRITAIN
> Global Environmental Change and Policy - Focus on Negotiation, March 2018
HAMBURG SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION (HSBA), GERMANY
> Climate Change in the Pacific Islands - B.A., April-June 2017
> Climate change justice - Ethics and Compliance - Executive MBA, September 2017
ALSO NOW - SDGS IN MOVEMENT!
> 2018/2019 - Céline Artal, Nexus Humani, engages in the Frauen in Bewegung project by Trinidad Martínez, Entre lineas. The project focuses on health, movement (dance, meditation, Aikido) and integration among refugee women in Hamburg, Germany. SDGs 3, 5 and 12.
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