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FAQs

What does a Jam look like?

  • 2 days in the weekend before Climate Week in September

  • local challenges related to one of the Global Goals, co-created with the local community and industry

  • multidisciplinary teams of creatives, researchers and sustainability experts

  • short design sprints (4 sprints divided over 2 days)

  • Global Goals Jamkit with methods and tools to guide the design process

  • Process and results are shared so that the community can build upon each other’s work

 

What is a sprint?

A Sprint is a timeboxed session in which teams plan, execute and evaluate its goals. We use sprints because we believe in the Think Big, Start Small, Act Fast philosophy. During the Global Goals Jam sprints last for 3 to 4 hours. The entire Jam contains 4 sprints in total that takes jammers from research to brainstorm, to prototype, to testing and sharing.

Who can participate? Are there any prerequisites or required skills?

Everyone, who's interested in finding innovative solutions to sustainability challenges is very welcome! No tech or business background needed - just a good amount of energy, out-of-the-box ideas, and a willingness to learn and find solutions. 

How to apply?

You have to register and get a ticket via Eventbrite.

 

 

Can I come alone or I need a team?

You don't need a team! Teams will be formed based on the challenges and the participants' interest, knowledge, and expertise. 

 

 

What about food and drinks?

Food & Drinks will be served: Friday dinner / Saturday Lunch & Dinner / Sunday Lunch - drinks & snack for dinner

 

 

Who created the Global Goals Jam?

The Global Goals Jam was founded by Marco van Hout and Gijs Gootjes of Digital Society School (DSS), Boaz Paldi, Simon van Woerden and Hana Omar of UNDP and has been further developed and coordinated by Anneke van Woerden (DSS). In the first edition in 2016, 17 cities participated, in 2017 45 cities, in 2018 75 cities, and this year we are moving to over 85 participating cities. Thousands of change makers have used our methodology and are now part of this growing learning community around the SDG’s, ready to design 2030 now.