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INTERSECT 2019

 

A celebration of social innovation and entrepreneurship

 

Saturday 31 August @ RMIT

 

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In partnership with our friends at Unbound we have transformed our annual Global Ideas Forum into Intersect 2019. This year our mission is to bring together Australia’s leading and emerging innovators for a day of big ideas for a healthier more sustainable world!

With an exceptional line-up of facilitators, workshops and discussions, the event offers a unique opportunity for you to learn and create networks with remarkable change-makers.

Intersect 2019 is all about DOING, rather than being another talk-fest. You will have access to loads of hands-on, practice-based workshops specifically tailored to the needs and skills of people in the room as well as engaging debates, storytelling, and time for reflection.

Global Ideas will bring a specific focus on health and showcase local organisations making a big impact both locally and internationally.

 

 

 

 

Our programs draw participants from our diverse, interdisciplinary community and provide action oriented learning to build capacity and lead change.

 

 FORUM
Our annual conference brings together a multidisciplinary community of health professionals, policy makers, program designers, students and entrepreneurs. The program includes keynote speakers, intimate workshops and design sprints led by skilled and experienced facilitators.
 LABS
Our Labs inspire deep engagement on a single global health issue, with a content expert leading an interactive session aimed at translating the latest academic research into practical solutions for change. We help participants improve their understanding of global health and their role as practitioners.
 DESIGN JAMS
Jams are small group workshops designed to develop familiarity with and apply the tools of human-centred design to global health issues. They are facilitated by internal and external experts, with real-life case studies provided by our partner organisations.