More dates

    2030 SDGs Game

    This event has passed Get Tickets

    Event description

    Collaboration is Key,

    If you were asked to come up with a set of goals which will provide the ‘roadmap’ for a sustainable future….what would be on it?

    United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - the worlds ‘to do list’, is a list of goals signed by 193 member countries on September 2015 to address global challenges and provide guidelines to address these challenges.
      

    The 2030 SDGs Game is a multiplayer, in-person, card-based game that simulates taking the “real world” into the year 2030. It is a powerful and impactful social phenomenon played across the world. 

    This team simulation allows a group to immerse themselves into our current timeline, to see how we can impact the world (+/-).

    Teams are strategically trying to achieve their goals, by running projects using money and time. Every time a team runs a project it has a positive or negative impact on the planet, which in turn may make it easier or harder for other teams to run their own projects and achieve their goal.

    A game approach has three powerful advantages:

    1. It gives people a direct experience of participating in co-creating a sustainable world (“I can do it”; “what I do makes a difference.”)
    2. It simplifies and makes accessible an extremely complex issue to a level that allows people to begin to understand, while stimulating our natural curiosity to learn more.
    3. It activates players’ natural instincts to set their aim toward a worthy goal, simultaneously building confidence and making it enjoyable, while inspiring and motivating players to take action in the real world.

    Developed in Japan by Imacocollabo in 2016, Delwyn & Leanne have facilitated the games with large and small organisations, schools, universities, government agencies, NGOs, and the general community. Each game delivers a different outcome depending on how the participants play the game, with those playing discovering the purpose of the SDGs, how their decisions have a wider impact, that collaboration is crucial when faced with challenges, whilst having lots of fun. After the game we discuss the final outcome in 2030, what we experienced and what decisions were made and why. 

    One of the best immersive games or learning events I’ve participated in’.

    Professor Jim Woodburn, Head of School,School of Health Sciences & Social Work Griffith University

    ‘If you have the chance to play this game, participate in it. I did and it was educational fun. If you're an organisation that champions the SDGs, this game will provide a better perspective of how this framework correlates to each other.

    During the JCI Australia National Convention 2023 in Brisbane last month, I was part of the SDGs Game session. Having been exposed to JCI Rise and the SDGs from 2021 and working in an organisation that champions the SDGs, this session gave me a better understanding of the purpose of the SDGs and how to apply the framework to make a difference.

    From understanding the overarching goal and how achieving that goal might affect the economy, environment and society as a whole. By working through partnerships, we can achieve our goals while maintaining a balanced outcome of caring for the economy, environment and society without jeopardising one or the other.’

    Sean Ryan, Co-founder VOS Kita

    Maximum number is 33, book your place to experience this innovative & thought provoking game. Delwyn Langdon 

    Spend time & money, run your project, achieve your goal and co-create a sustainable planet.

    Powered by

    Tickets for good, not greed Humanitix donates 100% of profits from booking fees to charity




    Refund policy

    Refunds are available up to 1 day prior to the event