UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum - Free tickets

UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum - Free tickets

We are giving 5 tickets to Early Career Researchers (ECRs) and research students (PhD and Research Master’s students) to attend the online UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum on 20th and 21st April 2021.

The UNAA Forum will be Australia’s most significant event this year on the UN SDGs.

Join Professor Lauren Rickards and sustainability leaders from the United Nations, universities and business to learn why partnerships are key to achieving our Paris Climate Agreement targets and the 17 Sustainable Development Goals.

Access the full program here

To win one of these 5 tickets (each worth up to $349) please describe how attending the 2021 UNAA Sustainable Partnerships Forum will be beneficial to your research or career goals. (max 150 words)

To enter, please fill out this short survey by 9am Monday 12th April.

Terms & Conditions

All RMIT postgraduate research students and early career researchers are eligible to apply.

Ticket registrations can be shared and are transferable to other attendees.

Winners will be chosen by representatives from RMIT's Sustainability Committee and Research Partnerships & Translation team. We strongly encourage you to apply!

Winners will be notified via email by Wednesday 14th April and winner’s names will be published on RMIT’s SDGs Portal.

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