On Saturday, PULSE got to experience a major event! PULSE has been working on the Global Goals event for a few weeks and it was great to see all the visions come true. Erna Solberg, the Norwegian Prime Minister joined the whole event and we believe she had as much fun as we did. The combination of music, sports and 400 children is a winning recipe for a major success!
On Friday, we gathered a solid team of facilitators, consisting of Field Band Staff, to make sure that all lessons would go as smoothly as possible. The dedication, team work and creativity among everyone ensured us that Saturday would be perfect.
PULSE was part of the facilitator team, meaning having the responsibility of teaching the 17 Global Goals in a fun and interactive way. Hearing young children voicing their opinion on how to solve problems such as Gender Equality, Education, Poverty, Hunger and Sustainable Energy is not something you get to experience every day. One of the major questions discussed were “What can YOU do to achieve this goal?”. The mixed groups of children of all ages, adults and VIPs from different embassies gave this question in-depth solutions that inspired everyone attending the event.
PULSE believes that the only way of achieving the 17 goals by 2030 is to spread knowledge and awareness about the topics. Knowing that it is up to each and every one of us and not just the world leaders is the key.
Thank you to everyone who helped to make this day a once in a lifetime memory!
Written by: Madeleine
Photos by : Madeleine
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