Leaders of Change School Conference

Leaders of Change School Conference

Students across Melbourne – this is your invitation!

Calling all Gen Z’s, you’re invited to be part of 2017 Leaders of Change School Conference on the 14th of August – this is free and spaces are limited.

This is an interactive, educational and fun filled Secondary School Fair Trade Conference held at the Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre, as part of the celebration of the Fairtrade Fortnight Festival. This activity based day is a great chance for students to learn about the values and principles of fair trading, ethical consumerism, and engage with like-minded people, groups, and communities who are passionate about the Fair Trade Movement.

Here at Moral Fairground, we advocate for sustainable and ethical business practices, so communities across the world can have a brighter, and fairer future. If like us, you too share these values, we’re sure you’ll love the Leaders of Change School Conference – and certain you and your students will learn a thing or two to help make the world a better place.

Schools/Teachers – this event is free and places are limited. Don’t miss out on the opportunity for your students to be involved in something amazing, book immediately.

What: Leaders of Change School Conference
When: August 14, 2017
How: Book your free tickets at our Events Brite page now.
Where: Darebin Arts & Entertainment Centre, Cnr Bell St and Georges Rd, Preston VIC 3072

Deadline:
17th of July 2017

FREE TICKETS

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Program Schedule

09:30 – 09:40  WELCOME ADDRESS, by Susanna Bevilacqua, Director, Moral Fairground


09:40 – 10:25  SESSION 1: ‘Fairtrade – people empowered for a better world‘, by Kim Greenstone from Fairtrade ANZ


10:25 – 10:40  MORNING TEA BREAK


10:40 – 11:25  SESSION 2:  ‘What are the 3 things you can do to help change the world?’, by Kate Phillips from Oxfam Australia


11:25 – 12:25  SESSION 3: Workshops – Be a Conscious Consumer

A. ‘The True Cost of Fashion’ by Moral Fairground’s Fashion Coordinators Acacia Armstrong, Natalie Rose MacDougall and Eve Maxwell.
B. ‘The Lush Experience’ presented by LUSH Australia’s Creative Lead, Brooke Austin.
C. Advocacy workshop on ‘Youth in the Workforce’ by Young Workers Centre’s Outreach Organiser, Dylan Goldsworthy.
D. Intrepid Travel – ‘Tourism and Sustainability’


12:25 – 01:10  LUNCH


01:10 – 02:10  SESSION 4: ‘5 Challenges, 5 Possible Solutions’, by Leaders of Change (LoC) School Program Student Partners


02:10 – 03:00  SESSION 5: ‘Leader of Change Social Enterprise Partners Panel Discussion’,  Panelists include Kim Pearce of The Possibility Project, Ali Capp of The People’s Fabric, Stephanie Woollard of Seven Women, Luke Barbagallo from Pollinate Energy and Sharna de Lacy of The Fabric Social.


03:10 – 03:15  CONCLUDING SESSION: Closing remarks by event organisers

 


Major Partner

City of Darebin

Sponsors and Supporters

Fairtrade Australia New Zealand

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