Change 2020 Saving Our Planet and Making Change Happen

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CHANGE Event:

Saving Our Planet and Making Change Happen

Thursday 12th November, 1pm-3pm (AEST)

FREE

Hosted online via Zoom

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Saving Our Planet and Making Change Happen

Join this Change 2020 event and learn how to make change happen for society and the environment. Our speakers will share their experience, knowledge, and they will provide solutions that deliver real-world impact. This event will investigate how to achieve positive change across health and environmental contexts.

Register today and learn how to make change happen.

What you will learn

How to make a real change

Ways to enhance positive impact

Execute effective strategies

Keynote Speakers

Yasmin Grigaliunas

CEO and Co-founder - World's Biggest Garage Sale

Yas, a circular economy pioneer and entrepreneur of impact, is a master at enrolling talent and inspiring others - living proof that you can provide positive impact for people, planet and profit for purpose.

Paul Ryan

Director - Australian Resilience Centre

Paul is the Director of the Australian Resilience Centre and is passionate about making positive change happen. Working on poverty, famine, climate change, disaster recovery, illegal wildlife trade, biodiversity, and domestic violence.

Ricki Hersburgh

Executive Director – Plastic Oceans Australasia Foundation

Executive Director of Plastic Oceans Australasia Foundation, using education, business and science to change behaviours around single-use plastics. Plastic Oceans Australia’s purpose is to create a ‘Wave of Change’ with how we consume single use plastic.

Prof Mohan Dutta

Director - Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation

Professor Mohan J. Dutta is the Director of the Center for Culture-Centered Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE). His research interests cover marginalization in contemporary healthcare, health care inequalities, and political economy of global health policies.

Gerard Vaughan

Consultant, M. Soc Sci (Hons)

Gerard began working as a Consultant to government, not for profit and commercial organisations to help them design and implement social change initiatives that reach people in the everyday settings where they live, work and play. He has over 30 years experience from the areas of health promotion, communications, social marketing, facilitation, coaching, programme design, evaluation research and measurement.

Who Should Attend

Directors, Founders, Entrepreneurs, Managers, and Officers that are dedicated to pursuing behaviour change in:

  • Government (Federal, State and Local)
  • Not-for-profit, Non-profit, NGO, Charity
  • Social enterprise, Social business
  • Academia
  • Commercial industry

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Online Change Event: Identifying Consumer Insights That Matter

Co-hosted By

Alexandar Campbell

Change 2020 Co-Chair, Social Marketing @ Griffith

Alexander is a seasoned marketer and strategist with a passion for all things social marketing. His personal mission is to help corporations create meaningful social change programs and promote the value of being a good corporate citizen.

Jeawon Kim

Change 2020 Co-Chair, Social Marketing @ Griffith

Jeawon's real-world research enables a full application of social marketing principles in program design, implementation, evaluation, and enhancement to achieve voluntary sustainable behaviour change.

Sign up to other change 2020 events

This year, Change 2020 is being delivered as four FREE online events across September to December.

Enjoy the flexibility. You can choose to attend as many Change sessions as you want.

Change 2020 - September Event

Identifying Consumer Insights That Matter

SEPTEMBER EVENT

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Change 2020 - October Event

Driving Systems Change

OCTOBER EVENT

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Change 2020 - December Event

How to Build a Following

DECEMBER EVENT

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Change 2020 is proudly brought to you by Social Marketing @ Griffith.

To find out more about Change 2020, contact socialmarketing@griffith.edu.au

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