BUP Newsletter no. 49

BUP Newsletter no. 49A new number of the BUP Newsletter is published. In this issue you may read about:
  • Introduction
    by Lars Rydén
  • The BUP 25 Year Celebration
    by Lyudmyla Babak
  • Trauma Management as a Way to Sustainable Development
    by Ekatherina Zhukova
  • Baltic Science Network
    by Zane Šime
  • EUSBSR 2016
    by Cecile Nseya and Linda Strindevall
...and much more. Download you own copy.

Baltic Rim Economies Review 5 - 2016

Baltic Rim Economies Review 5 - 2016In BRE 5/2016, a Special Issue on Corporate Social Responsibility, you may read about:

  • Roel Nieuwenkamp: Responsible business is key for the Baltic Rim Economies
  • Marja Innanen: The Finnish way to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
  • Helena Kekki: Sustainable Development Goals – a shopping list of a wealthy customer?
  • and much more

The journal is published by Turku School of Economics. Editor-in-Chief: Kari Liuhto.

International Mobility of Researchers in the Baltic Sea Region

International Mobility of Researchers in the BSRThe Baltic Science Network has published a report entitled "International Mobility of Researchers in the Baltic Sea Region" written by Tom Schumacher at Kiel University. The main part of the study consists of a synoptic overview over mobility flows in the BSR and individual analyses of patterns of researcher exchange on a country by country basis. The only career stage of researchers, at which data concerning international mobility exist almost completely for all BSR countries, is that of doctoral students.
 
For further information please see Baltic Science Network (BSN) web site.

GEM 2016

Globla Education Monitoring (GEM) Report 2016Education for People and Planet: Creating Sustainable Futures for All

 
The 2016 Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report by UNESCO, shows the potential for education to propel progress towards all global goals outlined in the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (SDGs). It also shows that education needs a major transformation to fulfill that potential and meet the current challenges facing humanity and the planet. There is an urgent need for greater headway in education. On current trends, the world will achieve universal primary education in 2042, universal lower secondary education in 2059 and universal upper secondary education in 2084. This means the world would be half a century late for the 2030 SDG deadline.

- See more at: https://en.unesco.org/gem-report/report/2016/education-people-and-planet-creating-sustainable-futures-all/page#sthash.qtDV0Gyz.dpuf