Executive Vice-President Norihiko Tokitoh participates in the Global University President’s Forum on the Role of Universities in the 2030 Agenda (held online, March 24, 2021)

The Global University Presidents’ Forum on the Role of Universities in the 2030 Agenda, organized by Zhejiang University, was held online on March 24, 2021.

Prof. Norihiko Tokitoh, executive vice-president for research, evaluation, and industry-government-academia collaboration participated in the forum on behalf of Kyoto University. In a session titled “Advancing Scientific Collaboration,” Prof. Tokitoh delivered a presentation about Kyoto University’s efforts to advance the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The forum participants also issued a joint statement on the 2030 Agenda, and it is anticipated that the forum will help to promote academic collaboration contributing to the SDGs.

The announcement of the Joint Statement on the 2030 Agenda

The online forum, held via Zoom


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Global universities call for concerted efforts for 2030 Agenda (Zhejiang University website)