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Design for SDGs in Fukuoka / Global Goals Jam 2019 OPEN SEMINAR

September 20 (Fri), 2019

What can Design do to impact social issues?
What can Design do for SDG’s?

Design for SDGs in Fukuoka / Global Goals Jam 2019 Open Seminar, is a forum to discuss regional issues through the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), design methods to help to creatively approach them and pathways to social impact. We invite you to explore new possibilities of creating 0 to 1, and scaling impact from 1 to 100.
In the days following in September 21-22, we will take the momentum of the discussion into the Design for SDGs in Fukuoka / Global Goals Jam 2019.

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Part 1: Introduction of Global Goals Jam
Part 2: SDGs x Future of Design
Follow by a discussion meeting to exchange views.

Please apply through the URL or QR code on the right side of the page.
http://ur2.link/Exvr
It can be everyone who are passionate about solving social issues.

Hosted by Kyushu University Faculty of Design
With support from Fukuoka city,  UN HABITAT Regional Office for Asia-Pacific Fukuoka

Date

2019.9.20 (Fri) 17:30-20:00 ( after party 20:00-21:00)

Venue

Design Common 2F, Kyushu University Ohashi Campus

4-9-1 Shiobaru Minami-ku Fukuoka Japan

Target

Everyone interested in Social Good

Capacity

50 people

Fee

free

Contact

Kyushu University Faculty of Design INAMURA or ZHANG

sdgs@design.kyushu-u.ac.jp

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This is an archive of images, videos and documents recording our activities up until now.
You can download a file by selecting the thumbnail.

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Design for LGBTs and an Inclusive Society
ハサミムシとプロトエリトロプテランのペーパークラフト
ハサミムシ扇子の作り方
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Actual results

1

QS Ranking 2017-2020 (Art & Design field), Asia region-Japan: Ranked #1

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Number of collaborative research results:44

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Percentage of international students: 20%