Gro Brundtland Week of Women in Sustainable Development
2020.05.04
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Plan information
Project Term: 2016-2018
Budget: NT$5 million

Origin: The Tang Prize is awarded on a biennial basis, each with a cash reward of NT$40 million. Projects proposed by the laureates also receive a grant of up to NT$10 million.


Project summary: Brundtland donated half of her grant (NT$5 million) to NCKU, which organized and executed the “Gro Brundtland Week of Women in Sustainable Development.” It invites young female researchers from neighboring developing nations to speak throughout Taiwan and exchange views and ideas with their peers. The multinational event fosters closer relationships between these scientists and their respective countries, and gives a global voice to this age’s female scientists.


News report
Tang Prize money to fund education project for women in science 
Tang Prize grant to fund NCKU project 
Gro Brundtland Award winners to visit Taiwan
Nationwide event for women scientists kicks off in Tainan
Brundtland to speak in Taiwan about public health, sustainability 

Press release:
Gro Brundtland Week of Women in Sustainable Development Kicks off at NCKU
Women Figure Centrally in Sustainable Development
Prof. Lewis visited Tang prize Foundation and talked about Gro Brundtland Award
Female Researchers Tour Taiwan, Bring Attention to Public Health in Developing Countries
Women Scientists Must “Keep Going” in Face of Institutional Challenges, Say Gro Brundtland Week Awardees
Gro Brundtland Week kicks off, highlights sustainable development
Gro Brundtland Highlights the importance of Sustainability
Gro Brundtland Recognizes Young People to Run the Torch of Sustainability
From “Our Common Future” to the “Gro Brundtland Award”—the Contributions and Legacy of the Godmother of Sustainable Development, Dr. Gro Harlem Brundtland 


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