“Mi Camino” Story as Global Citizen: Mindful Global Challenge Along the IDGs (78713)

Session Information: Globalisation in Arts and Social Sciences (Workshops)

Saturday, 25 May 2024 09:30
Session: Session 1
Room: Room 701
Presentation Type: Workshop Presentation

All presentation times are UTC + 9 (Asia/Tokyo)

Working on Global Citizenship (GC) and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pose many challenges. During this practice-based workshop, you will experience how to bring different ‘faraway issues that matter’ closer to your personal experience. This will be done through the BEING + KNOWING + DOING framework. Through this journey you will explore your Global Competence via the Inner Development Goals (IDGs), fostering a deeper sense of awareness, engagement and resilience. There are different models that explore Global Competence or global skills, but the big question is how to apply them. Therefore, the goal of this program has been to facilitate a hands-on inclusive co-creative environment for facilitators with students on how to tackle global “wicked issues”. Starting from the students´ point of view (My Inner Circles/BEING); broadening the scope to other layers and perspectives (External Circles/KNOWING), in order to make an impact in the World demos (DOING). The GC-essentials: https://infograph.venngage.com/ps/KsDSiI9OMBE/the-essentials-of-global-citizenship

You will be moving from inner to external awareness following ¨My circles of awareness¨ and “aha-moments” through Identity.Crafting in your Global Competence way (Mi Camino).
1. Check-in with short interactive walk-through around main framework (5 min).
2. Showcasing ¨Issues that Matter¨ & Challenges, worked out by students (5 min).
Student project video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M4Mz55BiiPI&feature=youtu.be
3. Hands-on Identity.Crafting activity on how to approach SDGs from engagement (IDGs) and core values in order to define “My SDG-Challenge” (30 min).
4. Materials to be shared/published.
5. Q&A (10 min) & final wrap-up!

Bring your creativity and enthusiasm & feel Empowered!

Adela Garabal Gómez, The Hague University of Applied Sciencies, Netherlands
Zunaica Phillips, The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands

About the Presenter(s)
Adela Garabal Gómez, senior lecturer, researcher, trainer and coach specialized in Story.Crafting and Global Citizenship. EU Comenius Award 2021. Currently researching and developing materials and trainings within Global Identity, IDGs and SDGs.
Zunaica Phillips is a lecturer in Human Resource Management at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. With a focus on change management, Zunaica conducts research on the transformative influence of language within organizations.

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00