Womenvai’s objectives are to raise the voice for girls and women around the world, build projects for the Planet leveraging Artificial Intelligence and Technology, as well as take off the invisibility cloak for women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics while working together with their male colleagues.
Womenvai will participate and to the following events:
- UN Women Annual summit | Usually March, NYC- USA
- UN Water Summit | Every year, in 2023 will take place in NYC-USA end of March
- UNOC, Ocean Conference | This year was in Lisboa, Portugal, in June and in 2025 will be cochaired by Paris and Costa Rica
- WSIS | Every year since 2013, we have been involved with workshops – on site in Geneva towards end May/early July – and online (usually all along may)
- UN GA Science Summit | This year is the first one and next year we shall moderate a full session on Women in STEM in NYC – supposedly during the UN General Assembly, NYC, USA
Cop 27 – Sharm El Sheikh
Event by Womenvai and University of Bari Aldo Moro
Multiplier Event leaded by Womenvai and the University of Bari Aldo Moro
Educate to a Sustainable Future
COP 27, Egypt, Sharm El-Sheikh
Main topic: Education and Youth
Reference person: Dr Yvette Ramos, President Womenvai, France
Coordinators: Prof. Elisabetta Venezia and Prof. Fabio Pizzutilo, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
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Moderator: Prof. Eng. Lidia Zakowska, Poland
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The event intends to foster debate on the relevance of social responsibility (SR) and sustainability maturity integration in higher education institutions (HEIs) for sustainable development goals to be achieved. Several contributions are expected.
- First, the variables that impact on the effectiveness of responsibility teaching, and the criteria for the identification, description, and categorisation of the maturity of SR/sustainability in higher education institutions will be discussed.
- Second, the challenge of developing innovative teaching formats and measuring teaching effectiveness will be debated.
- Third, how academia executives and policymakers may derive policy indications for the enhancement of the university system and the development of policies, that would facilitate HEIs embracing Education for Sustainable Development all over the world, will be discussed.
- Elisabetta Venezia, Fabio Pizzutilo – University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
- Silke Bustamante, Martina Martinovic, Birgit Peuker – Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany
- Cristian R. Loza, CBS International Business School, Germany
- Unai Tamayo, Julen Castillo-Apraiz – University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Spain
- László Varga, Krisztina Szegedi, Gábor Andrási, Zsófia Hangyál – Budapest Business School, Hungary.
- 9,00 Welcome address by Womenvai (President Womenvai Yvette Ramos, France; Moderator: Lidia Zakowska, Cracow University of Technology, Poland)
- 9,15 The EFFORT project: background and overview (Silke Bustamante, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin, Germany)
- 9,30 The challenge of measuring teaching effectiveness: the EFFORT Controlling Tool (Martina Martinovic, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin, Germany)
- 9.45 The challenge of developing innovative teaching formats: EFFORT experiences (Silke Bustamante, Martina Martinovic, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin, Germany)
- 10.00 The challenge of measuring sustainability integration in HEIs: EffSET (Fabio Pizzutilo, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy)
- 10,15 What works and what does not work – Results of statistical analyses (Silke Bustamante, Martina Martinovic, Birgit Peuker, Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin, Germany)
- 10,30 Guidelines for sustainability and CSR teaching (László Varga, Krisztina Szegedi, Gábor Andrási, Zsófia Hangyál, Budapest Business School, Hungary)
- 10,45 Get involved in EFFORT! (Unai Tamayo, Julen Castillo-Apraiz, University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU, Spain)
- 11,00 Research agenda and call for cooperation (Cristian R. Loza, CBS International Business School, Germany)
- 11,15 Future perspectives: Randomised Controlled Trials (Elisabetta Venezia, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy)
- 11,30 Discussion and Conclusions (Yvette Ramos, Elisabetta Venezia, Fabio Pizzutilo, Silke Bustamante)
- 11,45 End of the event.