MINDCHANGERS FUTURE IMPACT SUMMIT – DIRECTING GLOBAL CHANGE

MINDCHANGERS FUTURE IMPACT SUMMIT

DIRECTING GLOBAL CHANGE

TUESDAY, September 26.09.2023th, 14, 00:18 p.m. - 00:XNUMX p.m., followed by a GET-TOGETHER (OPEN-END) IN THE SPARKASSENAKADEMIE BADEN-WÜRTTEMBERG, STUTTGART CONFERENCE LANGUAGE IS ENGLISH

Are you committed to global justice and living sustainability? Do you want to exchange ideas and network internationally with other young people?

Auf dem “Mindchangers Future Impact Summit – directing global change” you will meet other global impact makers! The Baden-Württemberg State Ministry and the Baden-Württemberg Development Cooperation Foundation (SEZ) invite you to take part in THE international event on young commitment and global justice.

Together with young people from Mindchangers projects in Baden-Württemberg, Belgium, France, Italy, Romania and Spain as well as Rudi Hoogvliet, the State Secretary for Development Policy, representatives from politics, municipalities, NGOs and science, we will discuss your innovative approaches to the UN -Agenda 2030, which serves as impulses and demands in the Mindchangers Stuttgart Declaration be held and passed on to the EU.

A little sneak peek of the program:
Art performances, international keynotes, roundtables with experts and EU stakeholders, the EU-wide Mindchangers Community, our Gallery of Change and, above all, a get-together where you can meet new people over food & drinks and good music You can make contacts, deepen existing ones and perhaps even develop completely new ideas for young engagement together.

Do you want to be on our invitation mailing list? Then send us an email mindchangers@sez.de. On our Instagram channel @mindchangers_bw and here on our website we will keep you up to date! Stay tuned!

EXHIBITION CLIMATE:WATER

Water connects people: The children Romy and Mina from Calmbach with Sudhari, David and Lengaiah in Guntur/India, Luca Haist in Enzklösterle with Mamou Sangaré in Bougouni/Mali, Adam Hammann from Agenbach with Saúl Luciano Lliuya in Huaraz/Peru and Malte Elsässer in Bad Wildbad. Many others share the experience with you: water is necessary for life.

In this exhibition, people are the focus. They tell us their stories and invite us to think and think further.

Water cannot be taken for granted. Water is the basis of all life. Streams, rivers, lakes, wetlands and seas are the habitat of a large number of plants and animals and are important components of the natural balance. In the high-altitude towns in today's Bad Wildbad, tap water only came out of the tap at the end of the 19th century. In many dry areas of the world, water has to be laboriously transported over long distances.

Man-made climate change with increasing global warming is melting glaciers worldwide and at the same time leading to the drying up of streams and rivers, threatening the living conditions of people, birds and animals. The consequences of heat and drought can be seen in regions of the Global South. Effective protection and careful use of water as a resource are prerequisites for biological diversity and sustainable use.

“Everything is connected to everything else.” According to Alexander von Humboldt's motto, the exhibition aims to focus attention on people who are concerned about the valuable resource of water.

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