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Agenda 2030 SDGs: Gender Equality Goal

Agenda 2030 SDGs: Gender Equality Goal Agenda 2030 SDGs: Gender Equality Goal
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Interdisciplinary Learning CoursesAgenda 2030 SDGs: Gender Equality Goal

You have to be part of the change, the university is the turning point to mobilize and transform the future, let's be dynamic. The world needs #SDGActivators. Let's be “hashtagactivists”.

On May 19, 2021, Gloria Steinem received the Princess of Asturias Award for Communication and Humanities, her words serve as an introduction to the subject "Whether you are a man or a woman, if you are not a feminist, you are not looking at the world with both eyes."
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a list of humanity's pending tasks for the construction of a sustainable planet. These objectives mark a clear roadmap for a better future. We seek to achieve this by looking at the world from a gender perspective “with both eyes”. Our planet is a beautiful place, and many times we forget all that it can offer us.

We must build a generation committed to change "#SDGActivators generation" and the virtual space is the tool. With digital participation, it is possible to move the world, connect people, issues and ideas around a common purpose: Make gender equality a reality for life.
We are going to analyze society's problems, seek solutions and assume our responsibility by doing and giving people a voice. We will follow in the wake of Marille Franco, a human rights activist who was murdered for defending her ideas and wanting to change the world, "I am not free as long as another woman is a prisoner, even if her chains are different from mine." Let's be #SDGActivators!

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and know the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) of the United Nations 2030 Agenda, and adapt them to the gender perspective
  • Research, assess and recognize, from a gender perspective, the different types of discrimination taking into account the different areas, such as the economy, education and health, among others.
  • Encourage and promote digital participation by creating stable networks that promote the change of attitudes in society and empowerment through communication actions.
  • Promote and drive actions personally, in the family environment, moving on to the personal community and ending with institutions.
  • Establish and maintain relationships with key community stakeholders to develop coalitions for action.

Contents of the Subject

Agenda 2030 SDGs: Gender Equality Goal

  • 1. Presentation of the group, agreement on the roadmap.
  • 2. The 17 goals of the 2030 Agenda to transform the world.
  • 3. Beijing Platform for Action: Intergenerational Relay, continue unfinished tasks.
  • 4. UN Women, the international organization that promotes Gender Equality.
  • 5. Coalitions for Action: Innovative Initiatives.
  • 6. The different types of discrimination and sources of information.
  • 7. Indicators as evidence of facts and measures of change.
  • 8. Justice and economic rights: Decent work and economic independence for women.
  • 9. Autonomy of the body, health and sexual and reproductive rights.
  • 10. A life free from violence, stigmas and stereotypes.
  • 11. Peaceful and inclusive societies: Sustaining peace and negotiation.
  • 12. Climate change and environmental sustainability.
  • 13. Technological and innovation participation of women.
  • 14. Participation, accountability and institutions: feminist movements and leadership for human rights.
  • 15. Closing and delivery of the #SDGActivator passports.


Estrella Serrano Muñoz Professor of Agenda 2030 SDGs: Gender Equality Goal

Estrella Serrano Muñoz

Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the Spanish Open University (UNED), specialty in Clinical Psychology. Associate's degree in Psychographology from the Institute of Psychographology and expertise. Teaching Aptitude Certificate from the Complutense University of Madrid. Comprehensive course of Employment Technician from the School of Recreation and Education in Children's and Youth Leisure Time. Professional with over 15 years of experience in the field of Psychology in social intervention from different areas and especially in professional guidance and vocational training for employment. I have been a professional counselor at the Center for Guidance and Employment of the UNED, Professor of the Training and Labor Orientation subject and of Business and Entrepreneurial Initiative for Vocational Training. I have extensive experience in private consulting in the field of technical management of Vocational Training for Employment and in Company Internships. Professor of the Official Certification of Teaching Vocational Training for employment, and Certificate of Professionalism of Promotion of Effective Equality for Women and Men. Social and cultural facilitator in Women's Associations. I also want to emphasize that I am Estrella, a woman who is constantly changing, analyzing the world through my profession: psychology. Knowledge is transformative, that is why it must be shared. Teaching is my tool to raise questions and seek the answers in the company of others.