The young entrepreneurs and leaders speaker series brings our nations together to share, celebrate and strengthen our successes
Australia now Malaysia 2020-21 builds on the deep and long-standing ties between Australia and Malaysia. The 2020-21 program focuses on engaging and celebrating the vitality, diversity and capability of youth across Southeast Asia.
TBC July 2020
Resilience & Recovery: Future-Proof Societies
Working with the Australian High Commission and partners throughout Malaysia, this delegation will focus on rebuilding and resilience in a new era of COVID-19 recovery, particularly with regards to: gender equality, health, human rights, climate change and adaptation, and mental health. It will focus on building future-proof, just and prosperous future societies.
TBC August 2020
New Horizons: Sustainable & Innovative Entrepreneurship
Working with the Australian High Commission and partner organisations, this delegation will focus on establishing the new horizons for business and the economy in a new era of COVID-19 recovery and adaptation. It will cover sustainability, innovation and adaptation, as well as social entrepreneurship and new technologies.
Speakers and program TBD, however elements of entrepreneurship, communication and leadership will be included in every delegation, no matter the specific focus.
- Gender Equality for All
- Recovery and Rebuilding: ASEAN Future Economy and Society
- Everyone Belongs: Inclusion & Innovation
- Thriving & Collaborative Communities: Ethnicity and Race
- The Future Earth: Climate Change & Sustainability
- The Future of Business: Social Enterprise & Business with Purpose
- Making an Impact: Startups and Entrepreneurship
- Knowledge Circle: Indigenous Culture and Learnings
- New Horizons: Tech Innovation & Advancement
- Communities in Crisis: Disaster Planning
- Bright Sparks: Creative Industries
- Resilience and Anti-Fragility: Mental Health
- Sciences Futures: STEM Innovatio
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The council’s mission is to increase knowledge and promote Australia’s interests in Southeast Asia by initiating and supporting activities to enhance understanding and links between people and institutions in Australia and 10 countries: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
When we think about social impact, there’s few better places in the region that Australia has had such a strong and supportive role in boosting the people and economy. The needs of being a least developed nation, and the opportunities that Australia has helped to pioneer through its aid program and commerce, are an interesting departure point of this article series: ‘Australia now: Youth Making an Impact in ASEAN’.
Two weeks ago, I woke up in Vietnam … It was the final day of a week that was packed with 13 events I’d been running with fellow social entrepreneur, Felicity Furey, as part of the Australian Government’s Australia now program.
We headed to the hot and steaming tropical country of Cambodia at the end of July to spend a week working with the Australian Embassy and local social enterprises, think tanks and NGOs all around a few key themes: including gender equality and social enterprise.
Excitement overload: I'm absolutely thrilled to be participating in the @Australianow // Youth entrepreneurs and leaders speaker series by @SocialGoodAus in partnership with the Australian Government // @dfat. What this means is that next month, I'm heading to Brunei ..1/2 pic.twitter.com/Rx17gH03Jf
— brittanie 💅 (@Brittanieanne_) October 5, 2019
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