Al-Mustaqbal University College Launches a Series of International Lectures to Achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Date: 11/11/2020 | Views: 415

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In lining with the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals which are globally applying on everyone and in order to make the basic plans to achieve them at the national level, Al-Mustaqbal University College had launched an initiative to implement a series of lectures aims to host international experts to develop the necessary strategies to implement projects that contribute achieving the requirements of sustainable development. On his part Assist. Prof. Dr. Hasan Shakir Majdi, Dean of Al-Mustaqbal University College indicated that: "The faculty seeks to be part of the World of Sustainability that aspires to achieve economic growth and addresses a series of social needs. This effort crystallized and became an urge when the faculty started to join the global classifications related to sustainable development and the pursuit of advanced ranks in it."
On Tuesday, 10 November 2020, the college contributed to hosting Dr. Thalita S. Dalbelo from the University of Campinas in Brazil via Zoom Meetings platform to deliver the lecture entitled: ‘How to Produce a Sustainability Master Plan?’
The lecture included setting plans to address climate change and environmental protection, in addition to plans to achieve human development goals such as education, health and social protection.
Dr. Hamza Mohammed Ridha Al-Khafaji, Head of Research and Studies Unit of Al-Mustaqbal University College explained that: "The lecture’s attendance varied from 7 countries and from several Iraqi universities, including professors and those who are interested in sustainable development, the lecture centered on distinguished discussions. Also the efforts are continuing to invite other international experts in the same field during the next month."
The Dean of the College had praised the distinguished efforts of the Research and Studies Unit and the Information Technology Unit for commended the high-level work coordination to provide such featured international lectures.