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We've had some great feedback on the #SDGTeachIn. Read what organisations from across the sector and beyond think of the campaign below...


"The COPERNICUS Alliance enables European higher education institutions to jointly identify challenges in higher education for sustainable development and spearhead development of processes, tools, and knowledge to address these challenges from a whole-institution perspective. The Global Goals Teach In is an excellent, student-led example of how to progress in this direction and we wholly support its ambition to raise awareness of the SDGs."


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"The IAU fosters a holistic approach to the SDGs at universities, promoting the whole institution approach, which includes teaching, research, campus activities and beyond. We welcome the Global Goals Teach In as an example in practice how institutions can engage their students, and thus contribute positively to the achievement of Agenda 2030 and SDGs."

"The Sustainable Development Goals to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all are at the heart of Oxfam’s mission to fight inequality and end poverty. We’re excited to campaign with SOS-UK to raise awareness of the Goals and call on students everywhere to participate in their implementation."


"Contributing towards the SDGs is a key role universities must fulfil, and embedding this into teaching is a great place to start. The 'SDG Teach In' is a brilliant initiative, designed to raise awareness of the SDGs and motivate the next generation of change agents to take action on them."



"The United Nations Principles for Responsible Management (PRME) Initiative is a global network of business schools committed to research, teaching and learning that lead to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. On behalf of its 8O signatory members, the PRME Chapter UK and Ireland confirms its support for the NUS SDG Teach-In 2019 and will encourage its members to work locally with student unions to make the week the success it needs to be."



"TEESNet (Teacher Education for Equity and Sustainability Network) is delighted to support the Global Goals Teach In. The SDGs  are at the forefront of our work bringing together universities, NGOs, schools  and all those concerned with the training of new teachers,  so we welcome the opportunity to focus attention on incorporating the SDGs across teaching and learning."




'We're encouraging our network of Rethinking Economics student groups to join the calls to include the Global Goals in teaching during the week and beyond. Incorporating sustainability into economics education is key to achieving our vision of economies that work for people and planet." 



"The SDG teach-in is a worthwhile initiative which will be an important step for institutions to take along the path of creating a culture of meaningful partnership, whilst also addressing global concerns"