27. Sep. 2022 to 28. Sep. 2022
Online PL
Palencia ES

We are delighted to announce ISLE’s 10th Anniversary Conference.

This Education for Sustainability Conference is organised by ISLE Association and the University of Valladolid, Spain and will NOW BE COMPLETELY ONLINE.

The ISLE 2022 Conference will act as a platform to bridge the gap in knowledge dissemination enhancing the true essence of teaching, learning, and research for a climate-neutral and sustainable future for 2030.

Higher education institutions in Life Sciences (HEIs) need to prepare students with the knowledge, skills and attributes to tackle the world's greatest challenges. However, SDG’s challenges can be faced only through a Research-led, Transformative, and Action-oriented education.

For this reason, the Conference aims: to discover the latest trends and challenges in the field of Higher Education for Sustainable Development; focus on the innovative experiences in HEIs towards individual and collective actions; putting the emphasis on sustainable entrepreneurial initiatives and employability opportunities connected with the SDGs.

Teachers, researchers, and young generations/student representatives will be involved as creative protagonists in thinking, planning, and managing the change. The ISLE 2022 Conference will unite diverse education experts, researchers, decision-makers, and young people from all over the world, both in plenary, parallel, and poster sessions while offering many networking opportunities. 

The Registration and more information can be found on the conference homepage!


Join our one-hour webinar that provides the participants the opportunity to learn more about

  • the e-SafeFood project
  • IFA e-learning platform
  • the modelling of cross contamination.

Click here for more information!

International standards for food study programmes

Endorsed Events

With special discount for ISEKI-members!


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