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  • Pam Fredman Acting Director of GMV

    [12 May 2022] The University of Gothenburg's former Vice-Chancellor Pam Fredman has been appointed Acting Director of the Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV). Pam is since October 2021 leading a project reviewing GMV mission and assignment and will now also lead the organisation's ongoing operations as Acting Director until the end of the year.

  • The project to change GMV continues with dialogues

    [12 May 2022] A project to redefine the mission for Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV) has been ongoing since October 2021. The President at Chalmers and the Vice-chancellor at University of Gothenburg decided at that point to start a process with the aim of developing GMV's role and function. The aim is to be able to carry out a more well-defined collaborative task. A clearer assignment is now being developed by the project group together with the steering group in dialogue with affected partners.

  • Open now: Call for contribution for Act Sustainable Research Conference, November 15-17 2022

    [12 May 2022] All researchers, PhD-students and teachers at Chalmers and the University of Gothenburg are now welcome to submit their proposals to Act Sustainable Research Conference organized on November 15-17 as part of the Act Sustainable week. The overall theme of the conference is "Sustainability in times of declining democracy and increasing polarization: What knowledge and actions do we need? The call lists a number of subthemes inspired by the overall theme of the conference, but all contributions that strengthen our overall knowledge about challenges and opportunities for sustainability transformations are welcome. You can contribute with a talk, poster presentation, pitch of a research idea and host a roundtable discussion.

  • Read the Annual Report 2021 from Gothenburg Centre for Sustainable Development (GMV)

    [21 Apr 2022] Read about some of the work performed during 2021, such as the Act Sustainable week for students, researchers and staff at the two universities, the first Researchers Roundtable for Sustainability, our free online resource SDG Impact Assessment Tool that now has more than 9 500 users globally and much more.

  • Swedish speaking Project coordinator wanted

    [11 Apr 2022] GMV is now hiring a project coordinator. We are looking for someone who has practical experience of working with sustainable development. You need to be systematic and have a good analytical ability to be able to apply analysis methods and tools for how the Sustainable Development Goals are affected by various activities in society. It is important that you can play a leading role in workshops, and that you are able to clearly express and explain complex matters in both Swedish and English, both in text and speech. Read more (in Swedish).

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