The afternoon session takes a deep look at things that need to change and proposes break-through thinking on what we could do better both individually and as a society.
Educator and campaigner Aisha Thomas – Rethinking representation in education and beyond.
Scientist Neciah Dorh – Rethinking bacterial resistance to antibiotics, starting with urinary tract infections.
Young entrepreneur Tegan Vincent-Cooke challenges the negative perceptions around being a person with a disability or anyone we perceive as “different”.
Leading social media practitioner Drew Benvie reflects on the impact social networks are having on our lives and how we can rethink our relationship with them.
Andres Roberts explores an alternative to the relentless pursuit of growth and consumption in leadership, showing how nature shows a better, very necessary way.
Dramatherapist and real life clown, Holly Stoppit explores the importance of play and curiosity to improve mental health and combat isolation.