Call for Contest Presenters!
Calling all teens!
In this presentation contest, a team of two to five people will be asked to discover SDGs issues from things around you,
think of ways to solve these issues (how to make your world better) with their peers,
make a video presentation of around five minutes, and present it!
"Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are the" 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development "adopted at the United Nations Summit in September 2015 as a successor to the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) formulated in 2001. It is an international goal to aim for a sustainable and better world by 2030 described in. (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) "
The best team will receive a luxurious prize!
On the day of the contest,
we will also hold an SDGs workshop led by university students.
Let's deepen our learning of the SDGs together through discussions!
-Outline of application for presenters-
To prevent the spread of COVID-19, this event will be held entirely online.
The application form is below.
Contest date and time
Saturday, March 20, 2021.
10: 00-15: 00(AM: Presentation, PM: Workshop / Results Announcement)
Online using zoom (Please download zoom in advance.)
Who can apply the contest?
Teenagers. (regardless of nationality)
Teams of two to five people are encouraged to participate.
How to show your idea?
On the day of the presentation, we will broadcast the video that was taken beforehand via zoom.
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If we receive a large number of applications, we will select teams to participate in the contest based on preliminary screening.
Applications for participation must be submitted
by February 28, 2021.
-About the video-
Please send us in advance a 5-minute video summarizing the issues of the SDGs and measures to solve them.
The Executive Committee will check the contents.
On the day of the contest, each team will be judged after their presentation.
The best teams will receive fancy prizes!
Explanation about the video
(points for evaluation and examples of presentation videos)
This video was taken using PowerPoint and zoom,
But If there is an explanation of the issues of SDGs and their improvement measures,
It's ok to take a video in your own way!
You can also create it in your own language!
But don't forget to be sure to add Japanese subtitles.
Be sure to check this page for instructions on how to send in your video.
Deadline for sending presentation videos:
Please send your video by March 13, 2021.
Organizer: Alece Takaoka
Sponsored by: Toyama Prefecture, Toyama Prefectural Board of Education, Takaoka City, Takaoka City Board of Education, Takaoka Junior Chamber (JC), Takaoka Chamber of Commerce (YEG)