WOMENVAI Events

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 organizes or participates  to the following events:

 

Womenvai – 2024 events

Womenvai – 2024 events

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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 organized or participated to the following events:

 

March 29, 2023 – Regional Forum on Sustainable Development | Geneva, CH

How to ensure the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with inclusive STEM societies in the ECE Region?

Location: United Nations, Geneva

29 Mars 2023, 13:30 to 15:00 CET

Objectives include to present the status on gender is STEM is Europe and case studies from different countries to :

  1. raise awareness
  2. advocate
  3. work in quality education
  4. promote gender equality tools at various levels
  5. voice at national and European level the need for encouraging women in STEM to become entrepreneurs

To sign-up people need to send an email to contact@womenvai.org

More info : Side Event: How to ensure the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development with inclusive STEM societies in the ECE Region? | Regional Forum (unece.org)

Join online here : https://lnkd.in/e79u6XMN

March 21 to 24 – UN Water Summit |  NYC, USA

Training and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Water and Sanitation Management - 21 March 2023 - 16h00 to 17h00

Location: French Institute (Alliance Française) on 22 E 60th St #1077, New York, NY 10022 (find on google maps )

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Round Table in 3 parts

Water for Cooperation: Transboundary and International Water Cooperation, Cross Sectoral Cooperation, including Scientific Cooperation, and Water Across the 2030 Agenda (SDG 6.5, 6.b and SDGs 16, 17)

Welcome / Moderator address by Lylian Coelho, Cofounder WOMENVAI, Representative OISAT/WASAT, France, Water for All Chair AgroParisTech-SUEZ

Introduction by Yvette Ramos, President WOMENVAI

Speakers/Participants

  • Ms. Elisabetta Venezia, Director, ApERLAB, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy – Ms. Marie-Laure Vercambre/ Mr.Gerard Payen, Working Group SDG6 PfE -Partenariat-francais-eau – Ms. Aura Maria Bustillo / MS. Beatriz Brandão, Education Lisbon / Womenvai
  • Ms. Ruth A. RichardsonInternational Network of Liberal Women/ Dutch Water Authority – Ms. Carole Hein UNESCO Chair Water Ports and Historic Cities
  • Li An Phoa; Drinkable Rivers
  • Mr. Marcel Sanches – SABESP – WWC and Public agent of Sao Paulo
  • Ms. Lylian COELHO FERREIRA, AgroParisTech-SUEZ Water for All Chair
  • Ms. Geraldine M’Pouma-Longo/ Leticia Ackun Africa Water and Sanitation Academy (AWSA)
  • Ms. Mara Ruth Hercelin ; Caese Education, University of Campinas; São Paulo, Brazil
  • Ms. Fleur Newman UNFCCC

Topic:

More than 3 billion people live in agricultural areas with high to extremely high-water shortages scarcity. 1,2 billion of these people live in severely water contaminated agricultural areas. Agricultural land per capita is now less than 0,64ha. This is due to global population growth, reduced available agricultural land use per capita for crops and livestock. After our presence at COP27 in Egypt and following the COP15 Biodiversity in Canada, the Water sector becomes a key challenge. Working together, we believe we can deliver on the ambition of a fairer water and climate future that the world needs and expects. We need to move from working in silos to working collectively across energy and other sectors and scales (national, regional, etc..), making sure that the entire SDG6 included in the “ Water and Climate” theme of the UN2023 Water Conference will discuss important Recommendations and action to COP28:
Nothing about us, without us Maintain financing for inclusion Local youth-led action around the world is making a difference Women experience climate consequences disproportionately and are agents of change in their communities Indigenous knowledge needs to be recognized as science

Ensuring community resilience through resilient water and sanitation services is a key priority for all countries – especially those that experience both insufficient access to water and sanitation and have high exposure to climate risks. Recognizing the draft COP27 cover decision calling transformational approaches to enhancing adaptive capacity, strengthening resilience and reducing vulnerability to climate change:

COMMIT to advancing holistic, inclusive water solutions from both the public and private sectors.

SUPPORT Parties in the formulation of the Global Goal on Adaptation at COP28 through the development of water related resilience indicators, prioritizing the production and restoration of freshwater- dependent

EXPAND capacity building networks and programmes – such as the resilient cities network, the UNFCCC Adaptation Academy, and the water resilient Coalition – to co-create inclusive, resilient futures for all

ADVANCE – scientific understanding, research, and implementation of systemic approaches to water management -incorporating land, oceans, energy, food systems, human health & wellbeing – with local communities at the center JOIN the Fair Water Footprint at UN Water 2023! Fair Water Footprints harnesses the power of enterprise, finance, international trade and citizen voices to trigger the systemic change needed now to secure a liveable

There needs to be a strong combination of capacity development and financing as they are of mutual importance. Financial investments can’t say off when you don’t have the absorptive capacities. Now we need YOU !

During this event our priority actions is improve Capacity Building aligned with the SDG6, and we will submit a commitment during the Conference for a better future worldwide through our Engineering and Scientific societies, including men and women’s participation in ICTs for Capacity Building in SDG6.
The fundamental contribution of women to the fight against climate change and demonstrates the relevance of integrating gender equality in all climate policies. These solutions play a significant role in ensuring the climate resilience of communities and territories while also showing the way to a fair and inclusive implementation of the Paris Agreement and keeping to the collective 1.5°C warming limit above pre-industrial levels.

With our international partners, we will develop questions of biodiversity, industry, energy, non-human actors, etc. from diverse solutions around the world.

Closing side event with:

  1. Submit a commitment during the Conference
  2. Develop a platform
  3. Share SDG6 Tolls
Women & Men Training Program and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Water and Sanitation Management. - 22 March 14h00 to 15h00

Special Event
GIVING WOMEN A VOICE!

Women & Men with SDG6 –Training and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Water and Sanitation Management

When: Wednesday 22 March
Time: 14h00 – 15h00 ( NY time)
TEAMS / C

SDG6 – Women & Men Training Program and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Waterand Sanitation Management.
Nothing about us , without us !
Water for Cooperation: Transboundary and International Water Cooperation, Cross Sectoral Cooperation, including
Scientific Cooperation, and Water Across the 2030 Agenda (SDG 6.5, 6.b and SDGs 16, 17);
Round Table in 3 parts
With our international partners, we will develop questions of biodiversity, industry, energy, non-human
actors, etc. from diverse solutions around the world.
QR code registration

Welcome / Moderator address by Lylian Coelho, Cofounder WOMENVAI, Representative OISAT/WASAT,
France, Water for All Chair AgroParisTech-SUEZ
– Speakers/Participants from the Chair and abroad
– Ms. Elisabetta Venezia, Director, ApERLAB, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
– Ms. Marie-Hèlene Aubert/ Working Group SDG6 PfE -Partenariat-francais-eau
– Ms. Aura Maria Bustillo , Education Lisbon/ Womenvai
– Ms. Geraldine M’Pouma-Longo/ Leticia Ackun Africa Water and Sanitation Academy (AWSA)
– Ms.Charity Nyirenda Maboshe, AgroParistech Water for All Chair, Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Officer/Lusaka Water Supply and Sanitation Company ,Zambia
– Ms Mary Muoria AgroParistech Water for All , Kenya
– Ms. Dawn MUTEKANGA Shannon AgroParistech Water for All Chair, Uganda
– Mr. Jean Antoine Faby / Maria Magana AgroParistech Water for All Chair
– Ms. Isabelle Salazar Vieira Alves; Caese Education, University of Campinas; São Paulo, Brazil
– Ms. Giovanna Tiboni , Womenvai
– Ms. Beatriz Morganti Brandão, Womenvai
– Mr. Ange Boni YEYE, Bureau UNESCO en Côte d’Ivoire
– Mr. Marcel Sanches – SABESP – WWC and Public agent of Sao Paulo
– Ms Flora Fonseca , PM of Education for Sustainability – CASES- Health Specialist – World Bank
– Ms Armele Hebert – One Health& One Life UN

Topic:
Ensuring community resilience through resilient water and sanitation services is a key priority for all countries – especially those that experience both insufficient access to water and sanitation and have high
exposure to climate risks. Recognizing the draft COP27 cover decision calling transformational approaches to enhancing adaptive capacity, strengthening resilience and reducing vulnerability to climate change.
During this event our priority actions is improve Capacity Building aligned with the SDG6, and give voice for Women for a better and inclusive future worldwide through our Engineering and Scientific societies,
including men and women’s participation in ICTs for Capacity Building in SDG6.
The fundamental contribution of women to the fight against climate change and demonstrates the
relevance of integrating gender equality in all climate policies. These solutions play a significant role
in ensuring the climate resilience of communities and territories while also showing the way to a fair
and inclusive implementation of the Paris Agreement and keeping to the collective 1.5°C warming
limit above pre-industrial levels.
Closing side event with:
a. Submit a commitment after the Conference
b. Develop a platform
c. Share SDG6 Tolls
Link to the goals: https://sdgs.un.org/conferences/water2023/about

Women & Men Training Program and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Water and Sanitation Management. - 22 March 14h00 to 15h00

Special Event
GIVING WOMEN A VOICE!

Women & Men with SDG6 –Training and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Water and Sanitation Management

When: Wednesday 22 March
Time: 14h00 – 15h00 ( NY time)
TEAMS / C

SDG6 – Women & Men Training Program and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve Sustainable Waterand Sanitation Management.
Nothing about us , without us !
Water for Cooperation: Transboundary and International Water Cooperation, Cross Sectoral Cooperation, including
Scientific Cooperation, and Water Across the 2030 Agenda (SDG 6.5, 6.b and SDGs 16, 17);
Round Table in 3 parts
With our international partners, we will develop questions of biodiversity, industry, energy, non-human
actors, etc. from diverse solutions around the world.
QR code registration

Welcome / Moderator address by Lylian Coelho, Cofounder WOMENVAI, Representative OISAT/WASAT,
France, Water for All Chair AgroParisTech-SUEZ
– Speakers/Participants from the Chair and abroad
– Ms. Elisabetta Venezia, Director, ApERLAB, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
– Ms. Marie-Hèlene Aubert/ Working Group SDG6 PfE -Partenariat-francais-eau
– Ms. Aura Maria Bustillo , Education Lisbon/ Womenvai
– Ms. Geraldine M’Pouma-Longo/ Leticia Ackun Africa Water and Sanitation Academy (AWSA)
– Ms.Charity Nyirenda Maboshe, AgroParistech Water for All Chair, Planning Monitoring and Evaluation Officer/Lusaka Water Supply and Sanitation Company ,Zambia
– Ms Mary Muoria AgroParistech Water for All , Kenya
– Ms. Dawn MUTEKANGA Shannon AgroParistech Water for All Chair, Uganda
– Mr. Jean Antoine Faby / Maria Magana AgroParistech Water for All Chair
– Ms. Isabelle Salazar Vieira Alves; Caese Education, University of Campinas; São Paulo, Brazil
– Ms. Giovanna Tiboni , Womenvai
– Ms. Beatriz Morganti Brandão, Womenvai
– Mr. Ange Boni YEYE, Bureau UNESCO en Côte d’Ivoire
– Mr. Marcel Sanches – SABESP – WWC and Public agent of Sao Paulo
– Ms Flora Fonseca , PM of Education for Sustainability – CASES- Health Specialist – World Bank
– Ms Armele Hebert – One Health& One Life UN

Topic:
Ensuring community resilience through resilient water and sanitation services is a key priority for all countries – especially those that experience both insufficient access to water and sanitation and have high
exposure to climate risks. Recognizing the draft COP27 cover decision calling transformational approaches to enhancing adaptive capacity, strengthening resilience and reducing vulnerability to climate change.
During this event our priority actions is improve Capacity Building aligned with the SDG6, and give voice for Women for a better and inclusive future worldwide through our Engineering and Scientific societies,
including men and women’s participation in ICTs for Capacity Building in SDG6.
The fundamental contribution of women to the fight against climate change and demonstrates the
relevance of integrating gender equality in all climate policies. These solutions play a significant role
in ensuring the climate resilience of communities and territories while also showing the way to a fair
and inclusive implementation of the Paris Agreement and keeping to the collective 1.5°C warming
limit above pre-industrial levels.
Closing side event with:
a. Submit a commitment after the Conference
b. Develop a platform
c. Share SDG6 Tolls
Link to the goals: https://sdgs.un.org/conferences/water2023/about

Beyond the Blue Horizon: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Ocean Management and Sea Level Rise Adaptation - 23 March 2023 - 13h00

SIDE EVENT United Nations Water Conference

March 23, 2023 at 13h00 (CET-6)

« Beyond the Blue Horizon: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Ocean Management and Sea Level Rise Adaptation »

Link for remote connection: https://meet.google.com/bwo-dmjy-wng

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Programme

Welcome address by Yvette Ramos, cofounder WOMENVAI

Introduction:

Aura María Bustillo, PhD (c) Climate Changes and Sustainable Development Policies, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa – IST-ULisboa, Portugal.

Speakers:

Aura María Bustillo, PhD (c) Climate Changes and Sustainable Development Policies, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa – IST-ULisboa, Portugal: “From Planning to Action: How the Right Policy Mix Can Revolutionize Ocean Governance”

Johanna Jeukendrup, Israel, PhD (c) Climate Changes and Sustainable Development Policies, Instituto de Ciencias Sociais, Universidade de Lisboa – ICS-ULisboa, Portugal: “Stakeholders’ analysis on adaptation measures to future sea level rise: historical background and the contemporary case of The Netherlands”

Final remarks:

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Transport infrastructure for water in Least Developed Countries: socio-economic relevance 23 March 2023 - 15h00 to 16h00

Location: Hotel 57, 130 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022 ( find on google maps)

Link for remote connection: https://meet.google.com/stx-ecfd-wnt

Download all information here

Welcome address by Yvette Ramos, cofounder WOMENVAI and chair of the board Swiss
Engineering Geneva, Switzerland

Introduction by Elisabetta Venezia, Director, ApERLAB, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy

Speakers include:

  • Fabio Pizzutilo, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
  • Lylian Coelho Ferreira, Water &Recycling &Recovery Waste, France
  • Letizia Carrera, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
  • Aura Maria Bustillo Mendoza, Instituto Técnico de Lisboa, Portugal
  • Elisabetta Venezia, University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy
Economic Resilience Through Water Resilience: Managing Economies for Uncertainty and Change - 24 March 2023 - 12h30

Special Event

Economic Resilience Through Water Resilience: Managing Economies for Uncertainty and Change

Water for Cooperation: Transboundary and International Water Cooperation, Cross Sectoral Cooperation,
including Scientific Cooperation, and Water Across the 2030 Agenda (SDG 6.5, 6.b and SDGs 16 17
When: Friday 24th March
Time: 12:30 – 13:45
Local: Plenary – Side Event Room C

Training SDG6 and Gender Action Plan in leadership will improve sustainable Water and Sanitation Management
Women and men, engineers, and scientists, together lead capacity building. Innovation, strategic planning,
cooperation are key success factors for enhancing SDG6 an ambitious climate action plan

Round Table

The fundamental contribution of women and men in SDG6 to the fight against climate change and demonstrates
the relevance of Capacity Building Program integrating gender equality in all climate policies.
What Does Your Participation Involve?
Be in thematic discussion on accelerating capacity building program for managers and local lectures for change
the Water sector

Agenda

The duration of this side event is 75 minutes.
The format is an interactive panel discussion between State representatives.

Meeting call to start by 12am30 (NY time)

  1. Introduction of the panelists, guests and invited dignitaries (5 mins)
  2. Keynote address (5 mins)
  3. 2 -mins HIGH LEVEL intervention/panel discussion (40 mins)
  4. Goodwill messages (10 mins shared)
  5. Q & A (10 mins)
  6. Closing Conclusion and Recommendations (5 mins)

The event is expected to generate key recommendations for relevant implementation Post Forum

Activity

  •  A committee will be suggested to study the outcomes and recommendations with a view to
    proposing an implementation actions and strategy
  •  Sharing with relevant organizations the outcomes of the event Collaborative Papers are encouraged
    to be written from the discussion

As key outcomes, the event will enable:

  • A dialogue between NGO, Academia, Public and Private Sector, representatives from different
    regions on the linkages between water, agriculture, education, energy and climate change.
  • Identify concrete action – including capacity building to water resources management at high level
    impact
  • Share the progress on averting, minimizing, and addressing Loss and Damage in the context of water
    extremes, responding to the specific problems of major urban water and sanitation services,
    particularly in the situation of emerging and developing countries.
  • Informing the audience of current programs of knowledge, different experiences and responses in
    different regions related to water management and Human Capital
  • Promoting an increased attention for Funds linked to Leadership capacity building program, including
    strategies of new cities, to respond to the specific problems of major urban water and sanitation
    services, particularly in the situation of emerging and developing countries
  • A commitment with concrete good practices identified – including linked to water resources
    management to avert, improve and address funds and training courses to train professionals, leaders
    and decision-makers of urban services in rapidly growing environments
  • The commitment would support the acceleration of SDG6 in regard to inclusion, innovation and
    governance. Building sustainable and cooperative water resources management resilient to disasters
    in perspective with human mobility.

Topic:

During this event our priority actions is improve Capacity Building aligned with the SDG6.
We will submit a commitment during the Conference for a better future worldwide through our Engineering and Scientific societies, including men and women’s participation in ICTs for Capacity Building in SDG6.

Participants and panelists will be drawn from international development organizations, academia, utility
practitioners, professional bodies, experts, NGOs, CSOs and a host of other stakeholders to look at the
issues through panel discussion, case talk, and round table discussion.

Key institutions and experts will be encouraged to give a 2/ 4 mins talk on how their projects or
programmes emerge and are implemented, with why they are implemented or follow the delivery path.
These solutions play a significant role in ensuring the climate resilience of communities and territories
while also showing the way to a fair and inclusive implementation of the Paris Agreement and keeping
to the collective 1.5°C warming limit above pre-industrial levels.
With our international partners, we will develop questions of biodiversity, industry, energy, nonhuman
actors, etc. from diverse solutions around the world.

Download programme here.

Women 4 Water - 24 March 2023 - 14h00

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March 8, 2023 – International Women’s Day

Break the bias: Helping bridge the STEM* gender gap with Vendredi.cc - March 7 9h30 CET

Register now: Break the bias: Helping bridge the STEM* gender gap (vendredi.cc)

45 minutes to promote STEM’s gender equality

Let’s have an impact all together this 8th of March.
This is a 100% free and online webinar.

March 10, 2023 – Womenvai General Assembly | Bari, Italy

International Scientific Conference on “Gender issues: sectorial analyses and measurements"

Location: University of Bari Aldo Moro, Italy – Aula Magna Aldo Cossu

9h-12h30 Registration and Welcome address by University of Bari Aldo Moro S. Bronzini, Rector and F. Romana Recchia Luciani, Coordinator of the PhD in Gender Studies /PI Horizon Seeds Italy.

Speakers include

  • Y. Ramos, Womenvai France,
  • P. Marone, University of Naples Federico II,
  • M. Mariani et al., LUM University Italy,
  • S. Viseu and M. Almeida, Business as Nature Portugal,
  • Y. Rashed, College of International Transport & Logistics of Cairo Egypt,
  • L. Zakowska, University of Cracow Poland,
  • L. Carrera, G. Mastrodonato, E. Venezia, University of Bari Aldo Moro Italy.
Workshop KidsVAI by Womenvai - 10 March 2023 - 14h30 - 16h30

The KidsVAI workshop will “train-the-trainers” and engage members and partners in the KidsVAI project, which aims at raising awareness about Gender stereotypes in professional orientation with a focus on STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. hopefully with case study by @⁨Rayde B⁩  and @⁨+229 66 40 51 35⁩ and closing by @⁨Cristina Lunghi⁩

 Important!  Participation is free of charge but Registration is mandatory by email contact@womenvai.org

Womenvai General Assembly - 10 March 2023 - 17h00 - 19h00

6th General Assembly Womenvai (hybrid mode) 

  • Welcome note by the president, recalling the goals of our NGO and presenting our brand-new ECOSOC status to the United Nations
  • Breaking the glass: introduction of new members and their projects
  • Listing voting members present and with proxy
  • Voting the statutory part of the GA

=> The NGO activities in 2022 (rapport moral de la présidente) – vote

=> Financial status 2022 – vote

=> Proposals and budget 2023 – vote

=> Election of the members of the Board – vote

March 13 to 17, 2023 – WSIS Summit |Geneva, Switzerland

‘’Train-the-trainers” for raising awareness about gender stereotypes in professional orientation with a focus on STEM - 13 March - 9h00 to 9h45

Location: International Conference Centre Geneva (CICG) in Geneva

Presentation of the Womenvai Kids Info kits by  Yvette Ramos, President WOMENVAI

Nov 6 to 20, 2022 – Cop 27 – Sharm El Sheikh

Multiplier Event leaded by Womenvai and the University of Bari Aldo Moro Educate to a Sustainable Future

 

Multiplier Event leaded by Womenvai and the University of Bari Aldo Moro Educate to a Sustainable Future

Key Info:

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

Contact: elisabetta.venezia@uniba.it +39 080 5049323

Moderator: Prof. Eng. Lidia Zakowska, Poland

Download programme here

Remote link:

https://teams.microsoft.com/l/team/19%3aFasWTO2-_FPG3pkXLa15sxnTkLwJb2OMvMnA3wQPHQI1%40thread.tacv2/conversations?groupId=8995d5af-fc14-49bb-a9cf-a818bbf1ed11&tenantId=c6328dc3-afdf-40ce-846d-326eead86d49 Code: 05290ae

Abstract:

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.

Speakers:

  • 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.

Programme

  • 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.

April 22, 2022 – General Assembly

Womenvai General Assembly