UNITED NATIONS ACADEMIC IMPACT AND MILLENNIUM CAMPUS NETWORK PROUDLY PRESENT DANIELLE WOLF, A MILLENNIUM FELLOW AND CAMPUS DIRECTOR FOR THE CLASS OF 2018.
"I am so immensely proud to part of this unique offering with you, the Class of 2018 and future first Alumni! I look forward to together developing innovative solutions to some of our hardest cases of global injustice."
I am Danielle, from Western Sydney University in Sydney, Australia. I am studying a degree in Humanitarian & Development Studies, work with our Sustainable Futures office and am part of the SDSN student group. As part of the education system, I am passionate about Goal 4 especially, as not only is it a valuable Goal in itself, but by it people, communities and governments can learn what it means to live sustainably, together. I believe it is only through diversity - of cultures, worldviews and initiatives - we will develop strategies to mitigate climate change and achieve global equality. To that end, my aspirations include partnering with Indigenous cultures in Latin America, to promote citizen-driven, sustainable community development through education and capacity-building, supporting their right to self-determination and independence.
P.E.A.C.E. in Western Sydney is a strategy for Promoting, Educating, Awareness-raising, Campaigning, and Empowering individuals, groups and the community, around Sustainable Development and the capacity we all have to effect lasting, positive change. It is a framework for disrupting unsustainable practices and current ideologies within our University and the broader community.
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