Enter the “Mission SDG” escape room at the UMH

“Mission SDG,” an escape room designed by the Spanish Red Cross in conjunction with the UMH Area of Development Cooperation and Volunteerism, has arrived at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH). This room aims to shed light on the Sustainable Development Goals from the Agenda 2030 of the United Nations and promote attitudes of commitment and solidarity.

This live role-playing game transports players to the year 2050 in which poverty, injustice, and social inequalities have spread all over the planet because the 17 SDGs that 193 world leaders signed in 2015 were unfulfilled. In that future world, through a series of tests, the student participants are forced to collaborate to save humanity from the destruction to the planet.

The escape room will be available on all UMH Campuses, and teams of 5 people can form who then can reserve the space and the session via the QR code that appears on the poster below.

Players may also sign up at the following link: https://bit.ly/3I1pW7y