Act For SDGs
Each year, the Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (KLEFF) presents more than 10 events and activities celebrating sustainable living. Be it workshops, a campaign, forums, art and design events or local and international talks, KLEFF delivers these specially curated events to inspire a nation towards sustainability.
The “Act for SDGs” or A4SDGs is a new addition among the many programs and activities organized at the upcoming 11th Kuala Lumpur Eco Film Festival (KLEFF). This year’s theme is “Forest, Water and Climate Change”.
So if you have a cause to promote, or some cool planet-friendly solutions to share, or even perhaps a fundraising effort to support a wildlife, then why not apply to be part of this year’s KLEFF 2018 A4SDGs and join movement. Align your event to this critical theme to help build a bigger buzz and receive greater exposure via KLEFF’s promotional channels.
We INVITE YOU to be the catalyst in empowering, informing and mobilizing the public to take action for the environment.
Tentative Details of A4SDG
Date: 22nd – 28th October
Time: 12pm – 10pm
Venues: Publika Shopping Mall
|June 30th||Deadline of submission of proposals for side events|
|July 15th||Announcement and notification of selected proposal(s) for side events|
|August 1st||Signing of Agreement|
|August 3rd||Act for SDGs approved event marketing and communication collaterals for Festival Guide Book|
Preparation for Act for SDGs side event
Example of proposed event for A4SGD
Example 1: Indigenous-themed light exhibition at The Square that showcases the concerning issues faced by the community. There will be a 2-hour indigenous art and craft workshop. Workshop fees will be used to buy books for the indigenous children.
Example 2: A community dialogue held at White Box to discuss and further deepen understanding towards the needs of the under privileges followed by a 3-day vocational training for the under privilege adults.
Example 3: A recycling campaign that takes place at The Square that involves volunteers to set up the collection center, separate waste and produce upcycled products while the public can drop their recyclables and learn to upcycle.