Friday 12 April
Under the UN’s Sustainable Development goals, all girls and boys should complete free, equitable and quality education until age 18, by 2030. This is an ambitious goal, and now stretches to include secondary education as well as primary. How can we ensure that every young person in the world has the chance of secondary education, as a stepping stone to a positive future?
Hosted by Foundation Paraguaya.
A multiplayer, card-based game that simulates taking the “real world” into the year 2030. In the game participants work together and in groups. We explore how the world can achieve sustainability goals - or fail to. The workshop will be facilitated by Nathaniel Whitestone and supported by Peter Burke - co-founders of A Fairer Society. This game is hosted by Oxford Wood Recycling.
Children at risk of entering the care system experience many of the worst effects of child poverty and disadvantage in Oxfordshire. The What Works Centre for Children Social Care, VIP+ and Oxford Hub lead a practical session exploring solutions to challenges experienced by children on the edge of care.
Climate change, plastic pollution, pollution of sea, land and the air we breathe – it can be hard for people to find practical solutions to these problems. But the world would be a better place if we all did things to help address these problems, taking steps, however small, to help. How can we create an “International Do Day”? What challenges could be issued to Do-ers around the world? How can the idea be spread? What partners could help make this happen?
Hosted by The DO School.
And happening all day…
Popping into the Cafe for a coffee or a spot of lunch? Fancy a chat with someone new? On each table there will be two cards. Simply turn the card over to say whether you are happy to chat or would rather not be disturbed. Who knows who you may get chatting to?