The program is open for applications. To learn more about the program and how to participate, please visit: vse.apru.org/sdg4gc[video width="1280" height="720" mp4="https://www.apru.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/Marisa-Video-FINAL.mp4"][/video]
Ms. Marisa Panyachiva, Partnership and Development Finance Officer, UN Resident Coordinator Office in Thailand
The APRU SDG4GC is an intercultural, transdisciplinary and interactive program that fosters global citizenship among students from 60 universities in 19 economies across the Pacific Rim. Co-designed by six core-partner universities in collaboration with the United Nations (UN), the program builds knowledge of global issues and global literacy among students. This is achieved through learning about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), exploring in-depth some of the world’s biggest challenges, and proposing solutions using a framework for collaborative development of social innovation. .
In the year 2022-23, the theme of the program will be Shaping the Future of Health & Wellbeing. The program which will be offered online this year will explore the many dimensions of wellbeing including social, cultural, emotional, spiritual, intellectual, mental, physical, and economic. It covers a broad range of topics, including mental health, health equity, health care systems and ethics, healthy aging, and global health. By drawing on multiple disciplines and practices, the program aims to build a strong sense of global citizenship toward resilient global communities.
The program is open for applications.
To learn more about the program and how to participate,
please visit: vse.apru.org/sdg4gc