Accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals in the post-COVID era: the contribution of Universities webinar series
Our latest webinars
Guest lecture: Rt Hon Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale
The Rt Hon Lord McConnell of Glenscorrodale delivers a lecture to celebrate the 15th Anniversary of the Scotland Malawi Partnership, during which he broadly embraces the Anniversary and the origins of the partnership, together with its development since that time; and examines the wider global struggles and challenges that we face today and especially in the coming decade to 2030 in the light of the continuing global health crisis.
We examine the complexities of operating a power grid, this webinar explores the future of electricity production.
In this webinar, Sir Harry Burns describes the processes by which we develop the capability for wellbeing and will also suggest how society might develop effective policies to narrow the unacceptable inequalities in our society.
Responding to children’s distinct needs, and realising their full range of rights and opportunities, is the inherent challenge in achieving the SDG16 of peaceful, just and inclusive societies for all.
This webinar provides an overview of the University of Strathclyde’s internationally acclaimed and award-winning Vertically Integrated Projects for Sustainable Development (VIP4SD) programme.
This roundtable hosted researchers and development practitioners from the One Ocean Hub. The discussants elaborated on their expertise and experience undertaking inclusive, collaborative, challenge-led research across global geographies.
This webinar highlights the University of Strathclyde’s climate mitigation and adaptation efforts developed as part of the University’s net zero planning and collaborative activities in the city
Watch our welcome webinar
As a centre we look to engage with our partners on a range of levels through both face to face and online events. Find our up and coming events detailed here and access our previous online events and education materials at your leisure.Watch our previous webinars
Free online learning
Our free courses - known as Massive Open Online Courses or MOOCs - are designed to fit around your life, with short activities and clear goals to encourage you to make progress.
Delivered in partnership with FutureLearn, our academics have created high-quality videos, research and reading to inspire you to learn and develop your skills.
Our reflections on COP26
Watch our video as we look back at the impact of COP26 in our home city and the role that Strathclyde has played, now and in the future.