To increase the awareness and build the competence for SDGs implementation, the CBSS Expert Group on Sustainable Development initiated a Seed Money project, financed by the Swedish Institute, called “Towards Baltic 2030 – From Talk to Work
”. As a part of the project, the CBSS Baltic 2030 Unit is now developing a concept for the creation of a collaborative web-based learning platform, designed to support these processes and to help making SDGs implementation more efficient in the Baltic Sea Region, by pooling and sharing the information, best practice and knowledge on sustainable development actions, policies and initatives.
To make more informed choices about the key purposes and functionality of the future platform and to make it as useful as possible, CBSS created a brief survey to find out what you and other practitioners think.
We kindly ask you to spend 5 minutes to fill out our questionnaire
. We would be thankful if you could provide us with a feedback by the 1st February.
The scope of the research covers decision makers and researchers in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, St. Petersburg, Finland, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Demark, Germany and Poland.
The aim of this survey is to twofold. Firstly, the survey is aimed at learning factors facilitate the researchers’ mobility within the Baltic region. Secondly, it tries to figure out the challenges for the researchers’ mobility in Baltic Sea region.
The survey is coordinated by MOSTA, Research and Higher Education Monitoring and Analysis Centre, in Lithuania. Tadas Juknevicius from MOSTA invites the whole BUP-research community to take part in the survey.
Please fill out the Questionnaire
. The survey would take up to 5 minutes of your valuable time, and the answers will be invaluable for us.
The dead-line for this survey is already January 20. The results are presented on an international BSN-workshop on February 10 in Vilnius.
Shaping Ethics in Academia and Society: Practices in the Baltic Sea Region
16th–17th October, 2017
Mykolas Romeris University
The conference aims to build up a roundtable for sharing best practices and experience with addressing ethical issues within academia and related society and, in the same vein, to contribute to relevant managerial solutions.
Particular concern on ethical issues in academia and the wider society is getting acceleration on a wide scale. To make out the values maze, organizations are in quest of comprehensive definitions and effective ethics management. Broad discussion, understanding cultural differences (notably in the Baltic Sea Region) and experience exchange in ethics management from different perspectives are needed and worth to support.
The youth initiative of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) is seeking young, talented and passionate individuals for the role of ‘Campus Coordinator
As a student based at one SDSN's Member Institutions, you have the chance to become Campus Coordinator for your university/institution. By joining our team, you will become a part of the global SDSN Youth team working with a diverse and exceptional group of individuals with a variety of cultural, religious and political backgrounds, committed to sustainable development and the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). You will work closely together with the Network Coordinator and the youth team of SDSN Youth in your country/region.
Your local experiences will become central to our network’s efforts and legacy in empowering youth globally to make sustainable solutions.
The deadline for application is Tuesday, 31 January, 2017.
The call for Aleksanteri Visiting Fellowships for the academic year 2017–2018 is open from 9 January until 10 February 2017.
Applications are invited from highly qualified scholars conducting research in a field relevant to the Aleksanteri Institute's research agenda. Applicants at different stages of their academic career, from junior researchers to established scholars, are welcome to apply. Applicants must hold a PhD degree or equivalent (granted no later than 10 February 2017). In addition to academic excellence, a key factor in the selection process is the potential for a mutually beneficial research visit, both for the visitor and for the research community of the Aleksanteri Institute. Visiting Fellows are expected to work on themes related to the Aleksanteri Institute’s research agenda and are encouraged to participate actively in the academic life of the Aleksanteri Institute.