- Carla McGrath of the National Centre of Indigenous Excellence on Indigenous Innovation & social change
- Kate Harris of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership on social innovation in environment/sustainability
- Karalee Evans formerly of Headspace and influential in the area of mental health & suicide prevention
- Lauren Anderson talking Collaborative Consumption
- Kate Carruthers on Gov 2.0 and new approaches to Government in the Digital Age
- Jess Nichols of the Sydney chapter of The Awesome Foundation talking about giving grants to ‘awesome’ social innovations
- UNSW students & prize winners of global initiative Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE) briefing us on their portfolio of social innovation initiatives (this is the student association that helped in Random hacks of kindness)
These talks will frame the day, and give you the chance to dig deeper into some key issues.
The usual unconference rules apply:
- there are no bystanders – everyone participates in creating the content, and
- we all connect openly and help to the create the Sydney that we dream of.
Stay tuned – we’ll announce the keynote speaker shortly.