21 oktober 2021 / 19.15 uur - 22 uur
Stadscampus UAntwerpen (s.R.001)
Change for a Sustainable Future
Since 2016 The Royal Danish Academy – Architecture, Design, Conservation has worked strategic and in education and research with the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The presentation will address the following questions: Why did the Royal Danish Academy decide to make the SDG’s a common point of focus in the first place? How has this decision influenced the development of the institution? What has been the impact on society of this decision? And is working with the SDGs in education and research a problematic politicization?
About Lene Dammand Lund
Lene Dammand Lund has been Rector at The Royal Danish Academy - Architecture, Design and Conservation since 2012. She is behind KADK's vision: that KADK must promote knowledge and talent that can support sustainable change for both the planet and humans. As a natural part of this vision, she headed the decision in 2016 to relate teaching and research at KADK to the UN Global Goals. Previously to her position as Rector, Lene Dammand Lund was CEO of the Danish landscape architectural firm SLA A/S. She has been Assistant Professor at The Royal Danish Academy, editor at the Danish Architectural magazine “Arkitekten” and has worked at both Danish and international design studios. She is trained as an Architect and holds a MBA. Lene Dammand Lund is member of several boards, including Tomorrow – a non-profit platform for sustainable change and The Danish Design Council. She is currently member of the Danish Parliament's Inter-Political Network for the UN Global Goals.
Stadscampus UAntwerpen (s.R.0001)