KreNI5

Nis, Serbia

5 days, 20 speakers
28 November - 2 December 2019
Green City
Host country - France

ABOUT

KreNI conference is the first and most influential creativity festival in southeastern Serbia gathering innovative creative professionals and experts from all over the world. KreNI conference is about creativity of young people and their engagement in society. It is empowering young people and including them in mapping and solving some problems in their surroundings.

Potential of creative industries in Nis is going to be presented in order to raise awareness about the role that this part of Serbia can have in the global development of creative industries using the experience of foreign experts. Are you creative and innovative person who want to make our city a better place for living? Welcome to the KreNI board!

HOW IT WAS BEFORE?

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PROGRAM

MAIN PROGRAM - AGENDA

28th November
29th November
30th November
1st December
2nd December

9.30 - 10.00

OFICIRSKI DOM

REGISTRATION

10.00 - 10.20

OFICIRSKI DOM

OFFICIAL OPENING OF KRENI5

Welcome speeches

10.20 - 13.00

OFICIRSKI DOM

KRENI TALKS "GREEN CITY"

14.00 - 16.00

OFICIRSKI DOM

WORKSHOPS

KreNI speakers will work with participants in their field in order to present them the best practices of using creative industries for solving some problems in society.

SDGS

SDG wheel

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 5

Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls

While some indicators of gender equality are progressing, such as a significant decline in the prevalence of female genital mutilation and early marriage, the overall numbers continue to be high. Moreover, insufficient progress on structural issues at the root of gender inequality, such as legal discrimination, unfair social norms and attitudes, decision-making on sexual and reproductive issues and low levels of political participation, are undermining the ability to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 5.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 9

Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation

Aspects of the prevailing global economic environment have not been conducive to rapid progress on Sustainable Development Goal 9. While financing for economic infrastructure has increased in developing countries and impressive progress has been made in mobile connectivity, countries that are lagging behind, such as least developed countries, face serious challenges in doubling the manufacturing industry’s share of GDP by 2030, and investment in scientific research and innovation remains below the global average.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 11

Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable

Substantial progress has been made in reducing the proportion of the global urban population living in slums, though more than 1 billion people continue to live in such situations. Urgent action is needed to reverse the current situation, which sees the vast majority of urban residents breathing poor-quality air and having limited access to transport and open public spaces. With the areas occupied by cities growing faster than their populations, there are profound repercussions for sustainability.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 12

Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns

Worldwide material consumption has expanded rapidly, as has material footprint per capita, seriously jeopardizing the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 12 and the Goals more broadly. Urgent action is needed to ensure that current material needs do not lead to the overextraction of resources or to the degradation of environmental resources, and should include policies that improve resource efficiency, reduce waste and mainstream sustainability practices across all sectors of the economy.

SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL 13

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts

With rising greenhouse gas emissions, climate change is occurring at rates much faster than anticipated and its effects are clearly felt worldwide. While there are positive steps in terms of the climate finance flows and the development of nationally determined contributions, far more ambitious plans and accelerated action are needed on mitigation and adaptation. Access to finance and strengthened capacities need to be scaled up at a much faster rate, particularly for least developed countries and small island developing States.

SPEAKERS

AMÉLIE LE PAIH

France, Management

PEDRO GADANHO

Portugal, Architecture

STEFANO MIRTI

Italy, Design

CHRISTINA FORSTER

Austria, Digital Marketing

KreNI5

Nis, Serbia

5 days, 20 speakers
28 November - 2 December 2019
Green City
Host country - France

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