Children's University @ Open State
Can children be leaders today? Children's University (CU) Adelaide thinks so, and has partnered with Open State in hosting a series of keynote speeches as part of the Open State 2017 event. Children will have the opportunity to engage with local and international speakers delivering child-friendly presentations based on this year’s theme.
As part of a wider CU Adelaide event, selected members will be invited to attend and participate in a variety of activities provided by the following CU Adelaide Learning Destinations: Adelaide Oval; Adelaide Zoo; Ayer's House; Botanic Gardens; Centre of Democracy; History SA; Migration Museum; South Australian Museum. 3 - 6 October 10am - 11am.
See the schedule here and register for sessions:
Dr Fiona Kerr
Dr Fiona Kerr is a prominent thought leader in the fields of cognitive neuroscience, human connectivity and the impacts of technologisation. She combines her role as Industry Professor, Neural and Systems Complexity at Adela...
Indy Johar is a Graham Willis Professor. Over the course of the last 15 years he has co-founded and established a RIBA London Building of Year award winning Architectural Practice - Architecture 00, as well as multiple socia...
Jamie Bristow is director of The Mindfulness Initiative, a policy institute that grew out of a mindfulness teaching programme for politicians in the UK Parliament, which has so far seen 145 MPs and Members of the House of Lo...
Expert on cultural policies, development and urban renewal, CEO of the Pablo Casals Foundation and Founder and partner of NARTEX BARCELONA (Culture, creative economy and development)
Dr Stuart Candy
Stuart Candy is an experiential futurist and strategic facilitator. For a decade he has been bringing futures to life via immersive encounters and tangible artifacts.
Dr Tia Kansara
Dr Tia Kansara is the founder of Replenish Earth Ltd. and co-director of Kansara Hackney Ltd., the first ISO certified sustainable lifestyle consultancy in the world. She chairs the Sandbox Global Community and is the UCL Ba...
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