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Durham GCRF-CDT Templates and Logos

For the GCRF-CDT presentations/posters we would ask you to use both the Durham University logo and the GCRF logo. The preferred application of the logos is to place the Durham University logo in the top left and to place the GCRF logo at the top right.

Please follow the Durham University Brand identity guidelines:

you can download the Durham University full colour logo: logos2019/DurhamUniversityMasterLogo_RGB.jpg

The Durham University PowerPoint Templates can be found under ‘communications Tools’ in the below link:

Please find the GCRF branding guidelines below:

If you would like to use the Sustainable Development Goals logo (you can only use it without the UN emblem), you will need to conform to the guidelines of the UN Department of Global Communications:

Below the link to download any of the Non-UN-emblem Susatinable Debvelopment Goals logos:

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Read our Durham Global Challenges Centre for Doctoral Training Brochure:
Brochure DU GCRF-CDT 

In 2015, world leaders agreed to 17 goals for a better world by 2030. These sustainable development goals have the power to end poverty, fight inequality and stop climate change. All of the Durham Global Challenges – CDT projects are linked to one or more of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, to work together to build a better future for everyone.

The Durham GCRF-CDT students focused on productive writing at Dove Marine (Newcastle University) on the coast of Cullercoats. They used their time to prepare for their Formal Progression Review. This requires the students to submit for assessment a substantive piece of work as defined by their departments. The structured programme included a break with an outdoor activity.

A member of the Durham Centre for Academic Development facilitated the event for the CDT.

The Durham Global Challenges CDT Trip 2019

On 1st July 2019 the Durham Global Challenges-CDT organised a trip to the Angel of the North, Bamburgh, Seahouses and the Farne Islands. The trip offered a unique cultural learning experience of English heritage in North East England and provided an opportunity to network and socialise with the cohort.

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