Impact Series – The 2030 SDGs Game

Embarking on year 2020, AIESEC Alumni Association of Hong Kong (“AAAHK”) proudly presents the first “Impact Series” to empower young leaders to accelerate innovation and collaboration for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The 2030 SDGs Game
A fun, interactive and insightful multi-player card-based game that simulates taking the ‘real world’ into the year 2030. It goes well beyond the traditional content learning of SDGs and enables the participants to gain a mind-changing perspective towards SDGs and their importance to the real world. Enroll now to build a sustainable future!

HOW IT WORKS

This team simulation allows a group to immerse themselves into our current timeline, to see how we can impact the world (+/-). Teams are trying to achieve their goals, by running projects using money and time. Every time a team runs a project it affects the World Condition Meter, which in turn may make it easier or harder for other teams to run their own projects.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

The SDGs can seem daunting, given the scale challenge we face. Yet this game allows individuals, teams and organisations an opportunity to understand why the SDGs are important, how to link these back to our own strategic plans and how we can make an impact, in our businesses, communities and countries.

Event Details

📅 Date: 27 March 2020 (Fri)
(Regarding recent pandemic, we have rescheduled the workshop)

⏰ Time: 1930 to 2200
(📝Registration starts :1900, with light refreshment)

🏫 Venue: Community Space, 2/F, THE FOREST, 17 Nelson St., Mong Kok
🎎 Dress code: Smart Casual
💳 Fee: $250 (Adult / Non-AIESEC Member)
$90 (Students / AIESEC Member / Partners)

For AIESEC Alumni or members, please contact Kwong Sham via WhatsApp +852 61369937 to obtain a discount code.

Register to join The 2030 SDGs Game

  • Price: HK$250.00
  • HK$0.00

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About AIESEC
AIESEC is a non-governmental not-for-profit organisation committed to develop capable young leaders to shape a better future. AIESEC is in consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC), affiliated with the UN DPI, member of ICMYO, and is recognized by UNESCO.

About AIESEC in Hong Kong
With branches in 7 local universities and service in 14+ tertiary institutions, AIESEC in Hong Kong has been operating since 1967 to develop youth leadership through mobilising youths on overseas exchange experiences

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