Event Series Alert: Next Gen Policy Change

February 2021

We’re thrilled to announce our next line-up of digital events for changemakers across Australia and Southeast Asia, kicking off from February 8-12. Next Gen Policy Change is a week-long program for changemakers all about exploring the big issues for change in our world and having important conversations around ‘what’s next’ for policy across Australia and Southeast Asia.
 
With guests such as the Australian High Commissioner to Brunei Darussalam, Tiffany McDonald, paralympian and former youngest ever nominated member of Singapore Parliament, Yip Pin Xiu, multiple of Australia’s top women of influence, including Ash Streeter and Nicole Dyson, some of the top gender advocates in the world, including Professor Susan Harris Rimmer and Cathy Hunt, some of Southeast Asia’s leading human rights activists and entrepreneurs, including Virak Ou and Fisha Rashid, and more speakers to be announced, these events are not to be missed!
 
Join one event or join them all – all events are free and open to the public – register in advance or watch on the day via our Facebook Livestream.
 
This program is run as part of the Young Entrepreneurs & Leaders Speaker Series. Curated by Social Good Outpost and supported by the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Australia-ASEAN Council, we are thrilled to partner with Griffith University to deliver this innovative program of digital events to Australia and the ASEAN region.

All enquiries contact:

Elise Stephenson

Curator, Young entrepreneurs & leaders speaker series and Director, Social Good Outpost

E: [email protected]

M: +61 409 210 131

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We are committed to running ethical and environmentally sustainable events that are inclusive and welcoming of youth and supporters from all backgrounds.

Our events are safe and celebratory spaces for all genders and sexualities, cultures, (dis)abilities, and other intersectionalities.

Thank you to the Australian Government for providing the support and funding to make this possible.