BREAKOUT SESSIONS

This activity is an opportunity for participants to discuss solutions to problems they are passionate about. Discussion rooms are available for participants to choose from, each with different discussion leaders, themes of interest and related SDGs.

UNHEARD VOICES OF

CAPITALISM

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breakout sessions

IN THE END, WE'RE ALL HUMAN

  • Understanding the key targets of SDG 16 and communicating the significance of each target.

  • Increasing awareness on the issue of Human Trafficking. 

  • Providing solutions to end all forms of violence and finding ways to aid victims.

  • Brainstorming innovative ideas to provide solutions to help industries and business survive in this pandemic. 

  • Discussing how infrastructures can directly impact the sustainability of a town.

  • Discussing the different ways students can innovate and become trailblazers in their communities through creativity and out-of-the-box thinking in solutions.

EQUALITY HAS NO GENDER

  • Communicating the importance of gender equality in adverse times such as COVID-19 and how this is a time which gives us the chance to alleviate pre existing inequalities. 

  • Emphasising how gender roles are depicted in education systems and household circumstances and promoting ways of reducing gender inequality in society.

  • Understanding and discussing solutions to the pay gaps between men and women, especially in lower income countries.

LET'S GET INNOVATIVE

  • Promoting ways of sustainable consumption and production; finding solutions with emphasis on tourism.

  • Understanding how a global pandemic can affect our consumption and production.

  • Providing solutions for the management/disposal of chemicals and toxic wastes such as fertilizers.

  • Understanding the urgency of the situations presented in the case studies and the significant meaning of “underprivileged”.

  • Discussing solutions and implications in reference to the problem(s) identified and understanding the purpose of incorporating Oxfam into the discussion.

  • Giving acknowledgment of the SDGs highlighted throughout the discussion in LEDCs and MEDCs.

  • Brainstorming and expanding current knowledge on methods to reduce unequal access to healthcare treatments.

  • Understanding the full extent of the impacts concerning unequal importance of healthcare treatments in rural areas and LEDCs especially.

  • Creating sustainable and attainable solutions to the case studies presented depicting model issues regarding healthcare worldwide.

SHARING ECONOMY- A COLLAB

LIKE NEVER BEFORE

HEALTHCARE NOT

WEALTHCARE

LET'S GET RICH TOGETHER

  • Promoting quality education for everyone and how this links to other SDGs.

  • Understanding how cultural values and the government affect equal access to education and the quality of education.

  • Brainstorming solutions to make education more accessible to everyone.

  • Promoting sustainable energy consumption throughout Thailand. 

  • Providing education surrounding implementing sustainability into everyday life. 

  • Displaying the significance of renewable energy and its impacts on businesses and the environment.

  • Discussing goal 13 in depth; the increasing risks of global warming, the rising issue of greenhouse gas emissions and the circumstances that may arise from the issues surrounding it.

  • Discussing how climate change and climate action affects people in the society. 

  • Discussing who are the stakeholders, and how they are being affected from the issues surrounding climate action.

REFINING EDUCATION IN THE

DEVELOPING WORLD

PLANET

ARE WE TALKING TOO MUCH

FROM THE GIVING TREE?

THE OCEANS ARE DYING,

AND SO ARE WE!

  • Providing education regarding ocean pollution, its causes and various solutions.

  • Encouraging ways to change that will ultimately help the ocean pollution problem.

  • Communicating to them the severity of the problem.