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Evita March

The best tool to combat cyber abuse

Dr. Evita March will be presenting her research that has led to the finding that the increase on cyber abuse can be explained by a lack of a crucial humanistic trait. She will present tools to combat and cure this growing social cancer.

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Mark Carter

Paws and effect: How teddy bears can expand your value perception

Mark will encourage the audience to see value beyond the obvious, providing them with a real, practical and replicable model that will spike their filters and help to keep their mind and perspective in receiving new ideas, wide open.

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What is a TEDx event?

Imagine a day filled with brilliant speakers, thought-provoking video and mind-blowing conversations. A TEDx event creates a unique gathering of people for the Casey Region that will unleash new ideas, inspire and inform the community at large.

TEDx Speaker

Tedx Youth Event 2019

Meet some of our brightest and innovating young people as they share fresh ideas and approaches to existing and future problems which will determine how we will exist and survive in the decades to come. Register your free pass to attend the TedxCasey Youth Event.

Sun., 28 April 2019 – 3:30 pm – 5:30 pm AEST – Add to Calendar
Bunjil Place – Function Centre – 2 Patrick Northeast Drive, Narre Warren, VIC 3805 – View Map

Nicki and Jakem

The transformation of an outdated education system.

Nicki and Jakem are talking about what lifeskills are and why they need to be an integral part of education in schools.

Matthew

Good Man versus Real Man

Matthew explains the reasons behind the terrible statistics around male suicide and provides insights on how men can take back control of their own identities.

Naomi + Priya

Intersectional Feminism and you

Naomi and Priya will be sharing with you what Intersectional Feminism is and why it is relevant to men and women in a way that old school feminism may not have been.

Pranav

How can data empower wellbeing?

Pranav will be sharing his ambitious program to measure the unmeasurable and provide us all with a wellbeing index that blends ancient wisdom and modern science so that we can measure and then improve our holistic wellbeing.

Amy + Rhiann + Rakshitha + Jennifer

Learning from the 50%

They will be presenting the experiences of second generation Australians and how they shape community views.

Michaela

Overcoming the stigma around mental illness.

Michaela’s powerful talk is about ending the stigma around mental health and breaking the stigma around it.

Farzana

The dark and light of social media

The journey to surrounding ourselves with positivity and love online.

Xingtong + Yebin

Is beauty equal to happiness?

Xingtong and Yebin will talk about the lie we’ve been sold by the media which tries to make us think that if only we were a bit more beautiful, a bit more fashionable, a bit more … we’d be happy. Instead they will explain how we need to disconnect that idea that beauty equals happiness and look at happiness from a whole new angle.

Danyal

Breaking the Stereotypes

Danyal shares a powerful story of how the perceptions of others can shape our sense of self. He will share his journey of realisation that our own excuses hold us back from reaching our full potential.

Namira

Attention schools! Social media can no longer be ignored.

Namira will be talking about the intrusion of social media into life and why schools need to change their appraoch. It can no longer be ignored, it’s not going away and schools have a responsibility in helping students to be better equiped for the digital world.

Saurabh + Ken

How to survive the war of jobs.

Ken and Saurabh will be talking about the challenges of AI and the changing place of work in the lives of the next generation.

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