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Lunch & Learn: Driving Sustainability and Inclusion through Inner Development Goals

February 23 @ 12:00 - 13:30

Free
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Join us for a digital discussion on Driving Sustainability and Inclusion through Inner Development Goals with Chisom Udeze, Founder of Diversify Consult, Diversify & HerSpace and Dr. Fredrik Lindencrona, Head of Research Co-creation at the Inner Development Goals on February 23, 2024 from 12.00 to 13.30 CET.

This event will be held in collaboration with Inner Development Goals. In this event, we will discuss the principles of ways of thinking that underpin the concept of Inner Development Goals (IDGs). IDGs are the transformational skills and qualities that help us to live purposeful, sustainable, and productive lives. They are fundamental in the work to reach the Sustainable Development Goals. To illustrate the real-world impact of these principles, we will explore compelling case studies to showcase how the application of IDGs has contributed to positive change, emphasizing the intersectionality of sustainable development and inclusive practices.

Chisom will share insights from her extensive experience as a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging Strategist, shedding light on how diversity and inclusion strategies can be integrated with inner development practices to drive sustainable impact. Dr. Fredrik Lindencrona will draw from his role as Head of Research Co-creation at Inner Development Goals, to offer valuable insights into the broader implications of cultivating inner development for societal and environmental well-being.

This collaborative event with Inner Development Goals aims to diversify perspectives on the application of inner development principles. Attendees will gain practical knowledge on leveraging these principles to drive sustainability impact and foster inclusion within their personal and professional spheres.

Don’t miss this opportunity to engage with thought leaders and gain actionable insights. Register now and join us on this journey towards a more sustainable and inclusive future.

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Speakers Include:

Dr. Fredrik Lindencrona, PhD is one of the people initiating the IDG initiative in 2020. Fredrik is a licensed psychologist who has been engaged in policy and systems work focusing on human capabilities and wellbeing for transformation during more than 20 years. Fredrik has been actively engaged in international collaboration with international entities such as OECD, WHO, EU and with several countries such as Canada and US, and cities such as New York City.

Chisom Udeze, a seasoned Economist and six-times founder, brings over 15 years of leadership experience, driving organizational change aChisom Udezend sustainable impact. With a global perspective from working in 7 countries across three continents, she excels in uncertain environments. Collaborating with entities like the European Commission, The United Nations and The Economist Group, she is adept at building relationships with diverse stakeholders. As the founder of Diversify and Diversify Consult, she spearheads the development of sustainable and data-driven Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DEIB) strategies for companies, governments, and civil society. Notably, Diversify launched the Diversify Nordics Summit in 2022, a significant conference advancing DEIB in the Nordics. Chisom’s commitment to inclusivity extends to HerSpace, a co-creation community, and HerTech, a Women in Tech incubator launched in 2022, prioritizing women, non-binary folk and diversity in leadership. A thought leader in DEIB and advocate for mental health, her writings on these topics, featured in Forbes, underscore her influence.

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Date:
February 23
Time:
12:00 - 13:30
Cost:
Free
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Private: Diversify Consult
Inner Development Goals

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Ieman Mona El-Mowafi (She/Her)

Senior Consultant, System Thinking Practitioner and Researcher

Ieman Mona El-Mowafi is a population health scholar, activist and organizer with a strong focus on humanitarian and development settings. She received her MSc from the University of Ottawa and as an Egyptian-Norwegian-Canadian researcher, she has worked to forge relationships and initiate systemic change among Black and racialized students in Canada. In collaboration with leading activists in Canada, she has supported a number of anti-racism initiatives on University campuses, including stakeholder mobilization and evaluations of institutional diversity and inclusion policies.

She founded NorImpact, an organization dedicated working with organizations to implement and evaluate programs and execute sustainable action plans to address system level gaps through effective monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, and evidence-based recommendations. Her research interests center on communities’ dignity, wellness, and self-determination in order to effectively and ethically further social justice.

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