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.
Nicki and Jakem talk about why schools need to teach life skills
Matthew is talking about “Good Man versus Real Man” and how identity pressure is harming men.
Naomi and Priya are talking about Intersectional Feminism and why it is relevant to you.
Pranav is talking about “What is holistic wellbeing and how can we measure it?”
Amy, Rhiann, Rakshitha and Jennifer are talking about “Learning from the 50%”
Michaela is talking about “Overcoming the stigma around mental illness”
Farzama is talking about the “Dark and Light of Social Media”
Xingtong and Yebin are talking about “Is beauty equal to happiness?”
Danyal is talking about “Breaking the Stereotypes” and his attitude of no excuses.
Ken and Saurabh will be talking about AI and youth unemployment and how work is changing
This April, TEDxCasey will inspire you to believe in the impossible and delight you with stories of achievement on a local or global scale. Bolstered by a theme of community empowerment, emblazoned as ‘Two Hands’, those taking the stage will offer a unique tale of mammoth success (or failure) or a trend-setting idea poised to affect real, positive change. And audience members will be there to witness all of it. TEDxCasey will also be held over three sessions, one in the afternoon with a focus on youth, and two on the main stage later in the evening. To be held on 28 April 2019 in Bunjil Place’s magnificent theatre.