Humanity is facing an unprecedented challenge. We have the facts and we know that we need to act. But how? In a constantly changing world, finding sustainable ways of living is crucial.
Everything is intertwined. Sustainability is not only about environmentalism. To achieve a sustainable and better tomorrow for coming generations, it is urgent that we work together.
A holistic approach is needed – one that considers ecological as well as social and economic dimensions. No aspect of life can be disregarded. What role can teachers play in bringing about change? How can education be the driving force for a sustainable future?
These are the core questions of the summit. Because we are confident that the unique position of teachers is crucial in this global transformation.
The conference fee is SEK 1 200 (115 €) to be paid by credit card.
Teachers and school leaders from all over the world are invited to participate. Registration for the summit is binding and the conference fee will not be refunded if the participant withdraws the submission.
We have a small amount of free tickets to hand out to teachers from schools that are having trouble paying for the conference. Send an email to us at email@example.com with a motivation and we will get back to you with an answer. You could be one of the lucky few to get a free ticket.
Among our distinguished speakers you will meet the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics Laureate, Didier Queloz, professor of physics at the University of Cambridge’s Cavendish Laboratory and professor of astronomy at the University of Geneva; Per Espen Stoknes, psychologist, economist, author and Director for the Center for Green Growth at the Norwegian Business School in Oslo; Parul Sharma, sustainability expert, human rights lawyer, author and CEO at the Academy for Human Rights in Business, as well as many engaged teachers from around the world.
More speakers will be announced as the programme evolves.
Extended programme for international guests
Teachers travelling from abroad to attend a Nobel Prize Teacher Summit are welcome to take part in a four-day extended programme with school visits, workshops and a customized tour of the Nobel Prize Museum and an exclusive tour of our new exhibition Life Eternal.
This is the outline of the extended programme:
Wednesday 28 September
Afternoon at Nobel Prize Museum and Stockholm City Hall:
Welcome to Stockholm! An introduction to the Nobel Prize Teacher Summit and the Extended Programme.
- A customized guided tour of our current exhibition
- Coffee/Tea and a small meal available in the Bistro Nobel
- Visit and a guided tour at Stockholm City Hall where the Nobel banquet is held each year.
Thursday 29 September
All day, starting at the Nobel Prize Museum:
The democracy mission in the Swedish schools. An insight in how the democracy mission in the Swedish curriculum is formulated and how it is being interpreted in daily life in schools. Introduction, school visits and workshop.
Friday 30 September
Nobel Prize Teacher Summit 2022 at Münchenbryggeriet, Torkel Knutssonsgatan 2, Stockholm.
Saturday 1 October
Guided tour of our new exhibition Life Eternal at Liljevalchs Art Gallery, Djurgårdsvägen 60, Djurgården, Stockholm.