L2020 is considered as a multidisciplinary contribution from Marcharh
Initiative, which translates into a natural educational offerings with educators, researchers, master's students, doctoral students and non-academic professionals.
L2020 provides the ideal setting for sharing research, and is responding to multiple sustainable development challenges which has been guided from a professional activity of members.
Feel free to participate!
Proposer can make
offers by submitting a proposal to Marcharh R19. Amongst the contemporary options of event support and non-profit cause support; proposer can also bring together your own member of communities
around the issues of sustainability, and with the multiple missions and recent activities brought forward and completed by Marcharh. Eg. areas of research, education, or sustainable innovation
where technology and scientific skills is concern. SDG empowerment and interaction with different programs, and management of developing practices or well thought out external initiatives that
coincides with Marcharh thinking, Marcharh objectives, and Marcharh maturity of resources and knowledge platform. At the end of R19, participants and hosts will have an official meeting at a
designated location. Hosting institution, supporting stakeholder, and media provider can submit your proposal and offers respectively -- as similar or as per common to other calls for
contribution to support a non-profit, and initiative driven entity.
All approved submission and approved commitment to the R19 objectives will be endorsed similarly throughout the program.
Interventions recommendations (evaluated by high-council of MICS):
- Adaption and Adoption of “SDG Commitment in the timeline of 2020-2030”
- Formation of new
disciplines of sustainability promotion and the sustainability science operation.
- Monitoring of collaborative networks and accelerated launched activities.
- SDG Knowledge and
the scientific transfer opportunities.
- Mobilisation of credits of sustainability skills and sustainability workers.
- Tools and models directed to SDG, science-based supports for the education, research, and innovation contexts.
- Sustainability gaps
and new objectives for plausible innovation and welcoming updated SDG transitions.