About the SDGzine

Collaborative publication and projects on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

why the SDGzine

  • Building an SDG-conscious ecosystem
    • Partners, people and projects
  • SDGS & innovation
    • Helping companies and organisations innovate while aligning with the SDGS
  • SDG acceleration
    • Repository of concepts from the Master program at the SDG Solution Space
  • SDGS & Fablabs
    • Linking makerspaces and fab labs to the SDGS
  • SDGS & Education
    • Create programs for schools to add SDGS to the curriculum
  • SDGS & art & design
    • Thought provoking concepts from artists, designers and other creative thinkers
  • Accelerating talent
    • Showcasing projects creating sustainable change
  • Tools & inspiration
    • Sharing best practices, exhibition concepts  & hands-on tools

SDGzine 01

Out March 2021.

SDGzine01 tackles issues and showcases ideas and partners on how we can scale education for the SDGS. The magazine would have come out during the Open Geneva Hackaton events in March 2020, but due to Corona postponed.

SDGzine 01 has multiple stakeholders and partners, such as the University of Geneva, the SDGlab at the United Nations, Fab labs, schools, Cern Micro Club. SDGzine also features guest editors, open letters and a call for Beauty for a Better World.

Services offered in the magazine include SDG challenges to do at your school or organisations, and tools to help you.

Order SDGzine #01

SDGzine Special School edition

144 13 year old kids on SDG related research at Ecolint Switzerland

Over 140 students (9th grade /13y) have collaborated and thought about global challenges and local actions directly related to the SSDGs.

Collaboration with Ecolint, International School of Geneva.

SDGzine Special School edition

Summer School 2019 projects (master students GTI)

The SDG Summer School brings together brilliant minds from all over the world to tackle challenges on the Sustainable development Goals. This issue showcases the projects from 2019.

Collaboration with the University of Geneva and the Geneva Tsinghua Institute.

SDGzine Special School edition

Summer School 2020 projects (master students GTI)

The Open Seventeen (O17) Summer Challenge is a prize-backed fully online coaching programme to reward and invest in those developing innovative and implementable projects that leverage crowdsourcing and open source solutions to tackle the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). In 2020, the O17 Summer Challenge targets the Covid health crisis and the social, environmental and economic challenges that the world will face in its aftermath

Collaboration with the University of Geneva and the Geneva Tsinghua Institute.

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SDGzine 00

In SDGzine#00

New models for SDG innovation. From student ideas to product acceleration with the University of Geneva.

  • About the SDGZINE
    • Collaborative publication on the Sustainable Development Goals
  • About the Geneva Tsinghua Initiative and the SDG Solution Space
  • Prologue: The Open Seventeen Challenge
    • An introduction
  • Projects Summer School 2018
    • At Your Cervix
      • Early detection of cervical cancer
    • A Cleanair Greece
      • Non-compliance with smoke-free laws (SFL) in public places such as restaurants
    • Motosafe
      • Improve motorcycle safety through affordable and non-distracting technology
    • Fem. Friendly
      • Mapping Female friendly Toilets
    • iDoctor
      • Diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy based on AI algorithm
    • Yes Helmet
      • Encouraging helmet-wearing to increase the safety for bicyclists
  • The Accelerator
    • An introduction

Collaboration with the University of Geneva and the Geneva Tsinghua Institute.

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Team

Address
LAB.002  / SDG SolutionSpace
Campus Biotech Innovation Park
Avenue Secheron 15
1202 Geneva – Switzerland

publisher
Jan Van Mol

strategical board
François Grey UNIGE
Susana Perdiz UNIGE

lab researcher
Titane Lacroix

 UNIGE student team
operations
Chaewoon Hwang
communication
Leonie Klamroth
education
Valentina Rossi

Send in ideas

Do you have an interesting project to share?

  • get in contact with SDGZINE & send blurb of your idea and project
  • gear up your team to produce the curated magazine content.
  • prepare high res images in 300 dpi
  • English or French text (corrected)
  • document the creative process: first sketches, 3d renderings to decent pack shots etc.
  • qualitative images with artistic relevance – respect the added value of photographers, illustrators, graphic designers
  • respect the creative team: mention author of text, contributors
  • add profiles of all participants : contact details, profile pics (3oo dpi)
  • mention credits of each picture
  • add the status of your project and use the Addictlab creative chemistry cards to mention what capabilities you need to get the project to the next level

contact info@sdgzine.org for all questions

We need help

We start this magazine because we believe we have the competences to do so and it’s a much needed documentation & acceleration tool for the Sustainable Development Goals. Being a  grass roots  – bottom up –  initiative, it is needless to say we need support…

  • Become a partner
  • Become a SDG writer
  • Become a SDGzine-school
  • Apply for distribution point

contact info@sdgzine.org

More SDG tools for organisations, schools and companies

SDG impact evaluation kit

Define, discuss and visualise the impact of your ideas, concept, company, brand, organisation on the 17 SDGs

Corporate Social Responsibility & SDGS for companies

The SDG Solution Space (Unige) and Addictlab can be your partners for brainstorming and innovation projects. From a superb physical location in the center of Geneva, to innovative and state of the art tools to facilitate your sessions.

SDG idea wall

17 posters to attract ideas related to the SDGS and their targets.

Creative Chemistry  kit

Collective Intelligence tool for profiling, brainstorming, ideation. 

Includes the SDG impact evaluation kit

Become an SDG Journalist or writer

Educational tool on the SDGS and the creation of the SDGZINE 

This SDGZINE.ORG is an initiative of ADDICTLAB PUBLICATIONS and partners contributing to the sustainable development goals of the United Nations. Responsible publisher : Jan Van Mol

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