Participate in Challenge 15 of Canva & Atlassian’s Interactive SDG Challenge-for-Change Project

Welcome to day 15 of Canva and Atlassian’s interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change project which aims at tackling global issues. We’ve been sharing daily challenges that you can be a part of.
Two of Australia’s biggest tech companies, Canva and Atlassian, were looking for ways that they could help students learn remotely by bringing a bit of magic to their at-home experience. Hence, the 30-day “Sustainable Development Goal Challenge for Change project.” was birthed.
Fun Fact: You could even win a few prizes along the way, so it’s well worth getting involved in. You’ll be set challenges for which you must carefully consider your solutions before finding a way to best present and share them on Twitter.
Things to note about the challenge:
The challenges are open to students of any age.
Currently, they’re only available in English.
If you would like to use Canva to create your challenge solutions, you have to be at least 13 years of age to sign-up for an account.
You’ll need an internet connection to access the challenge. However, once you have this, you can create your solution offline.
We’ll post one challenge a day for 30 days. However, the page will remain up indefinitely, so you can complete these challenges at your own pace, and in your own time, as fast or slow as you please.
You can read more Frequently Asked Questions about the challenge here.
Today’s challenge is about “Protecting, restoring and promoting the sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems” and is unpacked by Alpa Bhattacharjee, Head of Corporate Sustainability at HSBC Bank
Read it below.
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Here’s Challenge 13 of Canva & Atlassian’s Interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change Project tackling Global Issues

It’s time for Challenge 13 of Canva and Atlassian’s interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change project which seeks to tackle global issues.
We’ve been sharing daily challenges which you can be a part of. Click here to see past challenges.
It’s a fun, interactive way to engage with and learn from the experts in each area.
Here’s how the challenge started:
Two of Australia’s biggest tech companies, Canva and Atlassian, were looking for ways that they could help students learn remotely by bringing a bit of magic to their at-home experience. Hence, the 30-day “Sustainable Development Goal Challenge for Change project.”
Fun Fact: You could even win a few prizes along the way, so it’s well worth getting involved in. You’ll be set challenges for which you must carefully consider your solutions before finding a way to best present and share them on Twitter.
Things to note about the challenge:
The challenges are open to students of any age.
Currently, they’re only available in English.
If you would like to use Canva to create your challenge solutions, you have to be at least 13 years of age to sign-up for an account.
You’ll need an internet connection to access the challenge. However, once you have this, you can create your solution offline.
We’ll post one challenge a day for 30 days. However, the page will remain up indefinitely, so you can complete these challenges at your own pace, and in your own time, as fast or slow as you please.
You can read more Frequently Asked Questions about the challenge here.
Today’s challenge is on “Taking urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts” and is unpacked by Dillon Bernard, Comms Director at Future Coalition.
Read it below.
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Challenge 12 of Canva & Atlassian’s Interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change Project tackling Global Issues

It’s time for Challenge 12 of Canva and Atlassian’s interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change project which seeks to tackle global issues.
We’ve been sharing daily challenges which you can be a part of. Click here to see the past challenges.
It’s a fun, interactive way to engage with and learn from the experts in each area.
Here’s how the challenge started:
Two of Australia’s biggest tech companies, Canva and Atlassian, were looking for ways that they could help students learn remotely by bringing a bit of magic to their at-home experience. Hence, the 30-day “Sustainable Development Goal Challenge for Change project.”
Fun Fact: You could even win a few prizes along the way, so it’s well worth getting involved in. You’ll be set challenges for which you must carefully consider your solutions before finding a way to best present and share them on Twitter.
Things to note about the challenge:
The challenges are open to students of any age.
Currently, they’re only available in English.
If you would like to use Canva to create your challenge solutions, you have to be at least 13 years of age to sign-up for an account.
You’ll need an internet connection to access the challenge. However, once you have this, you can create your solution offline.
We’ll post one challenge a day for 30 days. However, the page will remain up indefinitely, so you can complete these challenges at your own pace, and in your own time, as fast or slow as you please.
You can read more Frequently Asked Questions about the challenge here.
Today’s challenge is on “Responsible Consumption and Production” and is unpacked by Ed Cutcliffe, Founder of The Little Marionette coffee roaster
Read it below.
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DAY 2: You Can Be A Part of Canva & Atlassian’s Interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change Project tackling Global Issues

Two of Australia’s biggest tech companies, Canva and Atlassian, are looking for ways that they can help students learn remotely by bringing a bit of magic to their at-home experience and they are doing this through the 30-day “Sustainable Development Goal Challenge for Change project.”
This 30-day challenge for change initiative kicked off yesterday, Monday, April 28.
It’s a fun, interactive way to engage with and learn from the experts in each area.
Fun Fact: You could even win a few prizes along the way, so it’s well worth getting involved in. You’ll be set challenges for which you must carefully consider your solutions before finding a way to best present and share them on Twitter.
Today’s challenge is on “Ending hunger to achieve food security, improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture” and is unpacked by Co-Founder and Managing Partner for Sahel Consulting, Ndidi Okonkwo Nwuneli.
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Read it below.

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Things to note about the challenge:
The challenges are open to students of any age.
Currently, they’re only available in English.
If you would like to use Canva to create your challenge solutions, you have to be at least 13 years of age to sign-up for an account.
You’ll need an internet connection to access the challenge. However, once you have this, you can create your solution offline.
We’ll post one challenge a day for 30 days. However, the page will remain up indefinitely, so you can complete these challenges at your own pace, and in your own time, as fast or slow as you please.
You can read more Frequently Asked Questions about the challenge here.
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It’s Day 1 of Canva & Atlassian’s Interactive 30-Day SDG Challenge-for-Change Project tackling Global Issues

As the world continues the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, nearly all countries are in lockdown to stop the further spread of the virus.
As a result, many schools have also asked parents to ensure that learning continues at home and online learning is an obvious way to keep lessons going. However, only a few schools have well-established online learning systems while millions of parents and teachers looking for ways to help kids stay engaged over this extended period of at-home learning.
Two of Australia’s biggest tech companies, Canva and Atlassian, are looking for ways that they can help students learn remotely by bringing a bit of magic to their at-home experience and they are doing this through the 30-day “Sustainable Development Goal Challenge for Change project.”

The Sustainable Development Goals are a collection of 17 global goals designed to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”. They’re an urgent call for action by all countries – developed and developing – in a global partnership.
To help these students make a real difference whilst learning from home, Canva partnered with Atlassian to create this challenge-for-change initiative. They have drawn on the expertise of 30 specialists across businesses, nonprofits, and industry sectors to create specific tasks and share their insights on topics relating to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This 30-day challenge for change initiative not only allows students to learn new things, but also provides them with the opportunity to grapple with the world’s biggest problems and with the potential to make a difference to global issues such as poverty, climate change, and equality. The organizers are asking students to share their solutions on Twitter using the #changemakerchallenge.
It’s a fun, interactive way to engage with and learn from the experts in each area.
Fun Fact: You could even win a few prizes along the way, so it’s well worth getting involved in. You’ll be set challenges for which you must carefully consider your solutions before finding a way to best present and share them on Twitter.
The 30-day challenge has started today and today’s challenge is on “Ending poverty in all its forms” and is unpacked by the Head of Australia for UNHCR Naomi Steer.
Read it below.
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Things to note about the challenge:
The challenges are open to students of any age.
Currently, they’re only available in English.
If you would like to use Canva to create your challenge solutions, you have to be at least 13 years of age to sign-up for an account.
You’ll need an internet connection to access the challenge. However, once you have this, you can create your solution offline.
We’ll post one challenge a day for 30 days. However, the page will remain up indefinitely, so you can complete these challenges at your own pace, and in your own time, as fast or slow as you please.
You can read more Frequently Asked Questions about the challenge here.
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