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Social Good Summit
Australia

Reconnect. Rethink. Restart.

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 18 SEP 2021

About the Social Good Summit Australia

The Social Good Summit Australia (SGSA) is a United Nations Foundation affiliated event that connects individuals, Corporations, Not-for-profits, Government and Grassroots organisations to inspire and discuss solutions for the greatest challenges of our times.

 

Running over the course of one day we are determined to create awareness and explore the possibilities of the UN 17 Sustainable Development Goals and fulfil the promise of creating a better world by 2030.

Through powerful speeches from inspiring industry leaders over the last 6 years since the SGSA was founded we have witnessed the impact of individuals taking action after being inspired by our annual summit and that is something we are really proud of.

 

The event is run solely by volunteers.

 
Social Good Summit Australia
Social Good Summit Australia

one person can do so much

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Social Good Summit Australia
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Previous Speakers 

FEATURED CHANGE MAKERS

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Fight Food Waste 

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Ronni Kahn AO/

Founder & CEO OZ HARVEST

Driven by a determination to find purpose in her life, the simple act of rescuing good food and delivering it to people in need quickly caught on, and in 2004 OzHarvest was born.

 

Ronni Kahn is renowned for her boundless energy, infectious enthusiasm and not taking no for an answer!  Her ability to inspire and motivate everyone she meets has seen OzHarvest grow from humble beginnings to become Australia’s leading food rescue organisation. Her journey in the fight against food waste became the feature of an independent film Food Fighter and in 2019 she was appointed Officer of the Order of Australia

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Pete Ceglinski 

CEO at SEABIN PROJECT

Pete has a background in both industrial design and high performance boat building. A surfer, father and ecopreneur, Pete has been around the ocean his entire life and now has the chance to help lessen the negative impact plastics and pollution has on the environment.

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Clean Oceans

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UNICEF

Ann Sherry AO /

Chair UNICEF & advisor Carnival Cruises

Ann is one of Australia's leading business executives with a career that spans Government, Banking and Cruise Tourism.

Ann is the Chair of UNICEF Australia.

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Gary Bencheghib

Building the Skills of the Future

In a time of such environmental concern, we have to elevate the volume on solutions and innovations to make our planet healthier and more sustainable. At Make A Change World, we believe that no idea is too crazy, since we're running out of time. In 2050, there will be more plastics than fish in the ocean

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Make a change world

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Pete Ceglinski 
CEO Seabin Project

It was both extremely exciting and humbling for Seabin Project to be included amongst some truly amazing people at the 2019 Social Good Summit. We walked away from the event a bit smarter, a lot more positive and with new friends that we are still in contact with or have formed collaborations and partnerships with. Myself and the team at Seabin Project encourage everyone to attend the Social Good Summit 2021, anyone that wants to learn more about making a difference for a better planet and a more prosperous future.

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Ronni Kahn-
Founder &CEO OZ Harvest 

The Social Good Summit is incredibly important. It's all about people action and being part of a movement to create change.

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Jeremy Meltzer -
Founder  i=change

It's up to all of us now to be accelerating this rising of consciousness that is enormously important.

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10

700

DAY
SPEAKERS
PARTICIPANTS
 

Agenda

18 September 2021

9:00

Meet & Greet

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10:00

Sessions Stage

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Session Stage

16:00

Finish

 
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NIDA

215 Anzac Parade, Kensington

NSW 2033, Australia

NIDA is the new home for the SGSA. We are super excited to come back to this amazing venue and wonderful partner.

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