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Dirrum 2019: For the Common Good
Recognise | Inspire | Lead
The 2019 Dirrum Festival speaking program is top shelf – simply outstanding.
It is really simple: being and staying human together, for the common good.
SESSION I 2.00 - 4.15pm
Simon Illingworth author | whistleblower | storyteller
Topic: Living. Courageously.
Ian Chubb scientist | intellect | speaker
Topic: From my generation to yours: good luck!
Ahed Tamimi teenager | occupied | activist
Topic: Stories from Palestine
Sophia Hamblin Wang Innovator | entrepreneur
Topic: Doing Well and Doing Good: Turning CO2 into Building Materials
Festival: food, fashion, art, stalls, live music, dance, coffee and lots lots more, plus speaker | delegate interaction with opportunities for turning ideas towards action.
SESSION II 5.30-7.20pm
Valerie Browning nurse | humanitarian | advocate
Topic: Nomads, climate change and justice – lessons from the Afar
Melissa Breen olympian | Lifeline Canberra Ambassador
Topic: Defining success & failure - you get to choose!
Caitlin Figueiredo advocate |speaker
Topic: What we’ll need in 2030
Kevin Hines survivor | storyteller| film maker
Topic: Be here tomorrow
Festival: more food, stalls, fire, live music until 9pm
Saturday 17 August 2019
Arrive 1:45pm for a 2:00pm start
Boiler House Lecture Theatre, Building 14
University of Canberra.
Pinaroo Street, Bruce.
Richard Browning - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tracey Markovic - email@example.comPlus:
Screening with Kevin Hines: “Suicide: the ripple effect”
Heath Lecture Theatre
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