Together for Change

09-15 July 2020

Registration deadline: 8 July 2020

 

The Creative Leadership conference will embark from the belief that creative leadership comes from the depths of our beings. In short from who we are. After looking at the personal level, we will journey on to exchange experiences and to create a new form of global leadership, which responds to the needs of our time. During the online conference we will explore ‘What is Creative Leadership?’ and develop a deeper and wider understanding of what this means for ourselves.

The inspiration has come from over 250 changemakers in their 20s and 30s, from 98 nationalities, who have taken part in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme (CPLP) over the last three years. The conference is for everyone who wants to be active in making change in society. As Kofi Annan said in Caux 2013: ‘You are never too young to lead. You are never too young to do what you actually believe in. We keep saying the future belongs to the young. It only belongs to you if you take it.’

 

CPLP girls

 

Why are we doing this?

Our world is changing rapidly, embroiled in civil unrest, conflicts and environmental collapse. The young people who will be its inheritors are often marginalized from the decision-making processes that will shape their present and future. It is vital that they have the confidence to step forward and represent themselves. To overcome the various obstructions and boundaries that they will inevitably face, they must know how to take part in the critical choices that will affect the planet and humanity. This process will be inspired by new practices that will transform the vision for youth leadership.

 

What are we doing?

Creative Leadership aims to engage visionary young people in questioning both themselves and the events occurring around them. We will build an inclusive platform for diverse groups from around the globe to come together to share their realities and engage with their collective stories. This will be rooted in the realization that, to have maximum influence, leaders must begin with internal change. We must use self-reflection to find peace in our own lives before reproducing it externally.

 

Creative Leadership women speaker CPLP

 

How are we going to do it?

The event will revolve around dialogues and story-sharing, using dialogue groups, webinars and human libraries. At the heart of it all will be the space for reflection, where we can explore our own perceptions and biases.

 

Our purpose

Our conference will revolve around the journey to reach societal change, with the participants at the forefront of the changemaking process. We will focus on the how rather than the what.

This will be done through:

  1. Fostering a culture of dialogue and story-telling and exploring the impact these skills have in shaping a promising future.
  2. Growing a global network of leaders and changemakers.
  3. Providing a space where young people from across the world can share ideas and incisive thoughts.
  4. Encouraging and supporting young people to act and think like leaders during a time of crisis through values-based behaviour and reflective practice.
  5. Paving a path for a more effective and revolutionizing conference next summer.

 

CPLP circle

 

Outcomes

  • The conference will act as a launchpad for a broader global network of young leaders, who are actively committed to personal and societal change.
  • A culture of support will be created as participants work in their own communities.
  • Participants will work towards a statement of commitment to be part of a network of young leaders who are acting towards personal and societal change.
  • By sharing, listening and through active participation, attendees will grow in their own leadership.

 

Programme

Each day will offer a morning and afternoon session, to accommodate participants in different time zones. The content of these two sessions will be the same. There will be an overlap between the sessions, intended for all participants of the conference.

 

Opening Session

This will include a breakdown of the conference and an explanation of IofC’s values and of the importance of reflection and service. You will have the chance to see the organizing team and hear who we are and why we are doing this event.

 

Dialogue Groups

An opportunity to discuss and share our thoughts in breakout groups, on a given topic of leadership. This gives us a chance to learn from each others’ experiences.

 

Quiet Time

This space for reflection provides us with the chance to listen to our own inner voice and become empowered through a clearer understanding of ourselves. The sessions will start with a question and end with a chance for those willing to share their thoughts.

 

Human Library

A chance to listen to various people sharing stories from their lives, often revolving around leadership. This is a powerful and moving experience. By hearing the challenges other people have had to overcome, we will gain a greater understanding of how to surpass our own obstacles. We will also feel a sense of solidarity that leaves us less alone in our own endeavours.

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Webinars

Here you can listen to prominent speakers address issues surrounding youth and leadership. After the session, there is a chance to ask the speaker questions. (Speakers and their topics will be revealed soon.)

 

Tea Time

This session is unguided, a place to let your social butterfly out. It is an opportunity to meet some fellow conference attendees, and with a little bit of luck, you might be able to meet in person someday soon!

 

Closing Session

As the conference comes to end, participants will share the experiences they have had and we will capture what happens after the event – helping build the future together.

Find out more about the programme here.

 

How much do you need to participate?

Most of the sessions are open: you can participate as much or as little as you want. However, there is a benefit in participating as often as you can. As you share with your peers over the course of the week, trust will grow – and this will make the experience more rewarding for you and for them. 

You have four options as to how and when you participate:

  • Morning Programme (10.00-15.00 GMT): All sessions including dialogue groups
  • Morning Programme (10.00-15.00 GMT): All sessions except dialogue groups
  • Afternoon Programme (14.00-19.00 GMT): All sessions including dialogue groups
  • Afternoon Programme (14.00-19.00 GMT): All sessions except dialogue groups

The morning and afternoon programme are designed to be exactly the same in content, although different people will participate and sometimes run the sessions. We hope to make this conference available to people right across the world, so this means you can choose the time-zone which best suits you.

When you have chosen your time of day, you can also choose whether to take part in a dialogue group or not.  These will offer the chance to delve into meaningful discussions with the same people each day. It is likely that you will form some of your deepest bonds with this small group. We encourage you to join all four sessions, so that you and the others in the group can build trust and have deep conversations.

 

Who can join?

The conference is aimed at those young at heart, who yearn with a passion to create change in the world, but also themselves. Your age does not exclude you. The event is open to all who want to start their journey to make a difference, or take the next few steps on it.

Please note that registration will close on 9 July 2020.

 

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CPLP audience

 

Peoples' thoughts on creative leadership

"Self-expression, innovation" - Tanaka

"Being creative is brave, willingness to go into things or make choice when we don’t know the outcome. It is the wisdom to know how to adapt to different people, projects, and environments. 'Who we are is how we lead'". - Rachel

"Ability to think differently. How do you think creatively in a situation where there is pressure and people are dependent upon you. How do you have creative thoughts and ideas and put it into action? Discernment, what does that look like?" - Phoebe

"First identify what you want to achieve, how and for what purpose? How do I impart what I’ve learned at Caux to the world? How to use skills." - Redempta

"Involves visionary leadership and it gives direction and steps on how to get there. Peoples ideas matter in creative leadership and consensus are built from various voices/opinions . Creative leadership embraces listening ear to various opinions and ideas so as to make an informed and inclusive decision." - Romano

"In my opinion creative leadership is knowing what task is for who. Helping members reach their full potential in the right areas and not waste their time and effort in a place where they don't belong. Creative Leadership is also being able to solve problems in a fast and efficient way. In other words, working smarter not harder." - Sawsan

 

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speakers

Harmen van Dijk
Co-presenting with Rodrigo Martínez Romero
The Netherlands
Harmen van Dijk is a former Dutch diplomat who worked for 13 consecutive years in The Hague, La Paz (Bolivia) and Berlin before leaving to pursue a new dream and training as a human potential coach at the MMS Institute in Amsterdam. Passionate about spiritual politics and certified by the International Coaching Federation, he now works as a coach, trainer and facilitator.
Pepe García
Co-presenting with Rodrigo Martínez Romero
Mexico
Pepe García is a senior Programme Officer with the Open Government Partnership, working to promote transparency and openness in Mexico. He has been involved in the planning and implementation of reforms, policies and projects on transparency, access to information, open data and civic technology, accountability, anti-corruption and public participation.
Jin In
USA / South Korea
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  Movement builder, changemaker, storycatcher – Jin In’s mission is to ignite the next generation of empowered women changemakers. Called to serve girls in the wake of 9/11, Jin has worked with both Democratic and Republican administrations, UN agencies, grassroots and global organizations, uplifting over 10 million girls worldwide. Now as the founder of For Girls GLocal Leadership (4GGL), she collects empowerment data and shares stories of girls who are a force for change, amplifying the Girl Power Movement.
Sonita Mbah
Cameroon
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  Sonita Mbah is undertaking an MSc in Integrative EcoSocial Design with Gaia University. She is certified in Permaculture, Ecovillage design and Social Enterprise and has led several agro-forestry and youth projects in Cameroon. As a facilitator, trainer and consultant, she has dedicated more than seven years to building the Better World Cameroon non-profit, building the Bafut Ecovillage and working with young people on social entrepreneurship. She has worked in sustainability in more than 21 countries, represented the voices of African youth and communities at the UN climate negotiations and developed demonstration projects. Her work has not only transformed people's relationship with their land but also challenged cultural gender norms in Africa. She is the Executive Secretary of GEN (Global Ecovillage Network) Africa and in 2017 received the Gender Just Climate Solutions Award from Women and Gender Constituency.
Rodrigo Martinez Romero
Mexico
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  Rodrigo Martínez Romero has been serving the IofC mission for the last 10 years. His current Master’s thesis at the VU Amsterdam examines how crosscultural dynamics influence the understanding and application of spiritual politics as a practice of servant leadership and dilemma reconciliation. He initially trained to become a diplomat and follow in the family tradition of working in the civil service. Exploring the intersection between spirituality and politics with holders of ancient wisdom traditions from India, Colombian pre-Hispanic shamans and Catholic Jesuits led him to reframe his leadership as diplomacy of the spirit. This has led him to study ontological coaching, promote social justice, aspire to grow as a social entrepreneur and engage in holistic advocacy in research and education by recognizing the need to recover the soul as a valid domain of learning.
Maria Paula Garcia Romero
Colombia
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  Maria Paula Garcia Romero has a Masters in Commercial Direction and Marketing. She is the founder and Director of the Suuralairua Library programme, an educational social entrepreneurship, which was born in the search for rights and respect for the Wayuu indigenous community in Colombia. The programme aims to transform and lift communities while respecting indigenous roots. She is passionate about the power of co-creation to develop programmes that allow the integral growth of a community and develop bridges of opportunity through education.
Tony Sakr
USA
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Tony Sakr is a Senior Transportation Engineer based in San Jose, California. He has been working in the mobility field since 2017. He has a Master’s in Management from IE Business School in Madrid, Spain. His voluntary work has included the creation of a crowd-sourced campaign to support young people affected by the ongoing Syrian crisis. He believes that it is through crisis that innovative leaders emerge.

Facilitators

Antoine Chelala
Lebanon
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  My name is Antoine Chelala and I am a recent graduate from the American University of Beirut with a background in business and social psychology. I always considered myself as a dreamer for believing in a better world. When I attended the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2017, I discovered that I am not the only one. Getting involved with Initiatives of Change Lebanon and returning to the CPLP in 2019 confirmed my belief in the importance of personal change in the wider scheme of local and global change. This is one of the reasons why I am very excited about the Creative Leadership conference, which will bring Caux, a place of inspiration and connection, to our homes.
Zeinab Dilati
Lebanon / Ivory Coast
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  Zeinab Dilati, aka Zee, is a feminist activist, a maths teacher and a mentor. She has been part of the CPLP faculty team for the past two years. She considers Caux as one of the best places in the world to provide a safe space for people from different backgrounds to share, listen and eventually understand and learn more about each other. She believes that the key to becoming a great leader is empathy and taking the initiative whether on a personal level or in the world around us.
Ifrah Farah
Etats-Unis
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  My name is Ifrah Farah. At present, I serve youth through Civil Society Organizations and NGOs in Western Europe, South East Asia and the Horn of Africa. My Caux chapter began when I joined the forum as a Young Ambassador in 2019. If 2020 has taught me anything, it is that world leaders cannot be the sole agents of progress. Caux gives us entry point spaces for leadership. I see many parallels between my cultural tradition of storytelling and the creative leadership format. This year there is no physical Caux, but we may learn so much from the possible beginning of a new [technological] Caux tradition!
Sebastian Hasse
Germany
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  Sebastian Hasse’s career path has been serpentine. He started out studying Computer Science in his hometown, Lübeck. Realizing that this diploma did not make him happy he followed an acting career, changed to filmmaking and finally returned to IT as a consultant in the family business. He is first chairperson of a small volunteer-based NGO in Berlin which focuses on non-formal education for young adults in Central- and Eastern Europe. Through several international encounters over the years, he found his way to IofC and Caux. This inspired him to train in mediation and to be part of the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2019. Sebastian loves stories and believes that paradoxes and contradictory perspectives are an essential part of human life.
John Paul Kulumba
Uganda
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  My name is John Paul Kulumba and I am currently studying Industrial Engineering at Stellenbosch University in South Africa. I am passionate about positively challenging the status quo within oneself and society. I view leadership as constantly stepping forward to seek growth within yourself and sharing it with those around you. I attended the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2018. This amazing experience enabled me to start building a global network and to grow and learn from and with amazing people from around the world. Three words to summarize the feelings I experienced: love, hope and joy.
Ahmed Mosaab
Egypt
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  My name is Ahmed Mosaab and I'm a data analyst, amateur photographer, woodworker and CPLP alumnus. During the time I spent at Caux I had the opportunity to share my story and listen to the stories of people from all corners of the world. Through this dialogue I realized that even though we come from different backgrounds, we share the same problems and the same hopes for our communities. There is so much to learn from each other and that is why I want to be part of this conference. I believe in the power of people coming together, united by the desire to change the world for the better.
Siya Myeza
South Africa
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  My name is Siya Myeza and I work with marginalized communities in Cape Town on social and environmental justice issues and specifically on access to clean, equitable and affordable water. My work with the Environmental Monitoring Group focuses on creating space for ordinary citizens to engage with and influence decision makers. I knew about Caux before I got there. It was explained as a peaceful and majestic place. The feelings I felt when I was in Caux were a huge sense of peace, tranquility and freedom. To me leadership is the way a person lives his/her life. Being peaceful, caring, supportive and creative is leadership at the personal level. Everything starts there.
Alvin Odins
Nigeria
  Alvin Odins is currently working as a programme officer with a humanitarian organization. His focus is on the implementation of stabilization policy within the context of peace and security. Outside work he is engaged with information technology, reading, cooking, mentoring young people and enjoying personal quiet time.
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Maruee Pahuja
India
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  Maruee Pahuja is an Expressive Arts facilitator and is pursuing her Master’s in Expressive Arts Therapy from the European Graduate School. She is also a specialty contact lens consultant and ocularist. She is the creative training co-lead for People Beyond Borders. Her passion, curiosity and research lie in the direction of building a wholesome healthcare system that incorporates intermodal art practices in the medical field. Maruee finds her grounding through her love for gardening and believes that nature and art are her soul food. She was part of CPLP 2019 and is excited to connect with her global family (virtually) this year.
Lisette Palella
USA
  Lisette Palella is from the United States, but considers herself a global citizen. She came to Caux for the first time in 2015, as a part of the interns programme. She was part of CPLP in 2017 and joined the Caux Hospitality team for 2018 and 2019. She works for a financial company in New York, and is always trying to bring the values of Caux into the world around her.
Amy Randles
United Kingdom
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  My name is Amy Randles, I’m 20 and I’m an international development student from near Liverpool, England. This will be my third, although quite unusual, year doing something with Caux. I’ve been both a Young Ambassador (YAP), and a YAP facilitator. My favourite part of Caux is meeting new people and hearing their stories in group discussions and Human Library events. I’m interested in working in the charity sector, so I’m looking forward to learning leadership skills from participants. I really hope that you all enjoy this year’s conference!
Sawsan Raslan
Syria
  My name is Sawsan Raslan and I am a young Syrian activist, enthusiast and explorer. I joined the Caux family during 2016 and found myself wanting to be involved in everything IofC has to offer. I have a certificate in facilitating dialogue groups from Erasmus. I am really excited about the Creative Leadership conference and hope you are too!
Veronika Verner
Russia
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  Veronika Verner is a communication specialist with five years of professional experience in international communication and advocacy, currently working for the Council of Europe. She previously worked with the United Nations in Senegal. Veronika has also worked for non-profit organizations in the area of social policy and did an internship with UNDP, assisting in research on SDG 16 (peace, justice and strong institutions). She volunteered in a social cohesion project in Paris, which aimed to reduce tensions among citizens from different cultural backgrounds. She participated in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme 2018. She has been selected as a UNAOC Fellow 2020.
Marla Zgheib
Lebanon
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  Marla Zgheib is currently serving as a National Junior Professional at the Special Tribunal for Lebanon. She is working collaboratively to enhance the Tribunal’s contributions to peace and justice in local communities. She graduated with a degree in Political Studies with a focus on international law. She has been directly involved in various victim protection projects in local NGOs in Lebanon. After participating in several international programmes, Marla took part in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme in 2019. This experience increased her political consciousness, leadership potential and heart for service and motivated her to join Initiatives of Change IofC Lebanon and to seek humanitarian career paths. She is also involved in Theatre of the Oppressed workshops as she believes theatre can be used to challenge the oppression that people face in everyday life.
Sarah Snoussi
Tunisia
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My name is Sarah Soussi and I'm an MS candidate in International Studies and Public Policy at North Carolina State University and a visiting student at Duke University under the Fulbright Programme. I have served as a community developer at Open Startup Tunisia and was the lead in the organization's first fundraising round. I have also worked as a Venture Capital trainee at Africinvest, which specializes in investments in Africa. I first came to Caux in 2016 as a trainee, and later became a member of the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme team.
Besfort Syla
Kosovo
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Besfort Syla is a 21-year-old graphic design/photography student from Kosovo. He is currently working as a graphic designer in his hometown, using his platform to highlight and tackle social issues. His journey with Caux and IofC started in 2018 when he participated in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme. He is comfortable with showing his emotional side and he loves hearing others’ stories. In his opinion, sharing stories and listening enable us to come together as one and be the change the world needs. Besfort believes that we all live life with the same goal – to live in peace and find love within ourselves – and that’s what Caux is all about to him.
Rachel Howden
USA
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Aloha! My name is Rachel Howden and I grew up in Utah, but have been living for the past five years on Oahu, Hawaii, where I have just completed my BA in Intercultural Peacebuilding and Anthropology. I am honoured to participate in the Creative Leadership Conference and excited to collaborate with others to listen and learn under the IofC values. Even though we cannot be at Caux in person I am grateful to have this online opportunity to self-reflect, discuss and be inspired to use our power for good. I know that we can improve our families, communities, and environments when we apply our unique perspectives and skills.
Dana Salama
Palestine / Syria
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My name is Dana Salama and I have a degree in Environmental Science with a focus on renewable energy and climate change. I am part of the HR team in an online initiative for teaching English. I am passionate about helping people overcome their problems – it fills my soul with happiness to draw a smile on their faces. I started being part of the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme team/family in 2019. It was a milestone in my life, where I had the opportunity to meet people from all over the world. I have joined the Creative Living conference to help people live the experience of Caux virtually.
Sala McCarthy-Stonex
USA / New Zealand
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Recent graduate Sala McCarthy-Stonex, 22, was born in Auckland, New Zealand. After her dad died in a car accident, Sala’s mum relocated the family to a Navajo reservation in Arizona, US, where they lived for about three years before moving to Laie, Hawaii. When she was 16, Sala started her undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University–Hawaii. She graduated in 2016 with a BS in Political Science, a minor in Japanese and certificates in Intercultural Peacebuilding and Mediation and Legal Studies. She went on to Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, and has just graduated from there with a Master of Public Administration and a Juris Doctor degree. She is currently exploring career opportunities in both the US and New Zealand. She plans to run for POTUS (President of the United States of America) in 2032, when she’s old enough.
Andrea Morán
Ecuador
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Hi! My name is Andrea Morán and I am an Ecuadorian economist with a Research Master’s in International Relations. Working for almost seven years in different Government ministries allowed me to realize that academic cooperation is my passion. I currently work as the Coordinator of International Cooperation of the Pontifical Catholic University of Ecuador. My relationship with Caux started in 2016 when I participated in the Caux Trainee Programme. That experience changed my way of seeing personal and professional life. I learnt that being a leader is not as simple as giving people orders. Instead being a good leader means being a better version of yourself, a person who can teach others new skills and show them a different perspective. Caux gave me the tools and knowledge to see the big picture and to identify what is important for my well-being and happiness, always making a difference in other people's lives. 
Diana Carolina Morales
Mexico
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I'm Diana Carolina Morales and I am almost a physician. Since I participated in the Caux Peace and Leadership Programme back in 2016, I have become passionate abot making a change. For this reason, I am following the path towards social entrepreneurship related to health. I am an ambassador of  the Thought for Food (TFF) movement and I'm a counselor at a camp related to the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. I'm also passionate about traveling, books and cats. 
Angelika Kobl
Germany
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Angelika Kobl grew up in Germany and has lived, worked and studied in several countries. In recent years, she has become intrigued by the dynamic, regenerative, catalyzing and healing potential of communities. She has lived in and visited different communities and has worked for the Global Ecovillage Network. Angelika is a facilitator, educator, poet, writer, dreamer, musician, free spirit, mystic and nomadic soul, passionate about learning, systems thinking, environmental and social justice, working with groups (dynamics), Processwork, conflict transformation, heart-focused courageous co-creative leadership, deep listening and sharing, asking meaningful questions, meditation, philosophy, listening to and learning from the land and the ocean. She holds a BSc in Ecology and Conservation and an MA in Global Studies and currently resides in Austria.  
Kasia Stepien
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Kasia Stepien is a facilitator, non-formal education trainer and programme designer. She has been running projects on social change, holistic learning and personal transformation since 2012. She is passionate about creating heart-based spaces for people to be, share, learn and connect and has facilitated learning and group processes with young people, community leaders, NGO staff, volunteers and educators from all around Europe. In her work she weaves together regenerative practices of embodied learning, mindfulness, nature connection and community-building, inspiring reconnection with self, others and the Earth. She is an environmentalist at heart (and in action) and  in her free time she plays drums, bakes bread and grows tomatoes.
Redempta Wanjiku Muibu
Kenya
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Redempta Muibu spearheads the Free the Girl Initiative Project in Nakuru, Kenya, and is passionate about making a difference in the academic lives of underprivileged girls. The project specifically supports girls, who would otherwise stay out of school due to menstrual-related challenges, by providing them with free sanitary pads. Redempta is also a member of the Nakuru branch of the East Africa Women’s League (EAWL) – a charitable organization that supports underprivileged women and children. She is currently representing the branch at the organization’s national forums. Aside from her charitable work, Redempta has several years of professional experience in project management. For over four years, she was project coordinator and office manager for a Rapid Assessment on Avoidable Blindness (RAAB) survey on cataract impact. She holds a certificate in secretarial studies from Kianda College, Nairobi, and worked as Secretary/Administrator at Kenya Golf Union.  She is a deaconess in her church.   
 Georgina Flores Fernández
Mexico
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Georgina Flores Fernández is an industrial designer and human rights activist born in Mexico. She focuses her work on sustainability and fair trade as well as preservation of cultural heritage through Change is Wild, the movement she co-founded. She specializes in conflict resolution strategies covering both design and human rights issues. She has spoken and taken part in international forums in New York and the UAE.  She has been a TED Talk Translator since 2013 and is also a TED Mentor, in an effort to make ideas and knowledge accessible to everyone.
Anastasiia Yakush
Ukraine
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Anatasiia Yakush is a project manager at X23, with specific expertise in economics and business administration. She is involved in EU-co-funded programmes related to the social inclusion of migrants and refugees, with longterm and high impact scopes. She manages the EUStartGees programme and had an active role in the creation of the ME4Change Coalition (Migrant Empowerment for Change), working in close cooperation with Marika Mazzi Boém, Co-founder and Innovation Strategy Director at X23. She was recently certified as a facilitator at the Soliya Programme (Erasmus+ Programme).

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programme

Thursday, 09 July

10:00 - 11:00
MORNING PROGRAMME

Opening Session - Creating a Space for Change

11:30 - 12:00

Meeting our Dialogue Groups

13:00 - 13:30
SHARED PROGRAMME

Tea Time

14:00 - 15:00

Webinar No. 1 / Q & A

16:00 - 17:00
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME

Opening Session - Creating a Space for Change

17:30 - 18:00

Meeting our Dialogue Groups

18:30 - 19:00

Tea Time

Friday, 10 July

10:00 - 10:30
MORNING PROGRAMME

Quiet Time

11:00 - 12:00

Human Library

Discover our "Human Books" below.*

13:00 - 13:30
SHARED PROGRAMME

Tea Time

14:00 - 15:00

Webinar No. 2 / Q & A

16:00 - 16:30
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME

Quiet Time

17:00 - 18:00

Human Library

Discover our "Human Books" below.*

18:30 - 19:00

Tea Time

Saturday, 11 July

10:00 - 12:00
MORNING PROGRAMME

Dialogue Groups: Leadership from Self

13:00 - 13:30
SHARED PROGRAMME

Tea Time

14:00 - 15:00

Webinar No. 3 / Q & A

16;00 - 18:00
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME

Dialogue Groups: Leadership from Self

18:30 - 19:00

Tea Time

Monday, 13 July

10:00 - 10:30
MORNING PROGRAMME

Quiet Time

11:00 - 12:00

Human Library

Discover our "Human Books" below.*

13:00 - 13:30
SHARED PROGRAMME

Tea Time

14:00 - 15:00

Webinar No. 4 / Q & A

16:00 - 16:30
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME

Quiet Time

17:00 - 18:00

Human Library

Discover our "Human Books" below.*

18:30 - 19:00

Tea Time

Tuesday, 14 July

10:00 - 12:00
MORNING PROGRAMME

Dialogue Groups: Who we are is how we lead

13:00 - 13:30
SHARED PROGRAMME

Tea Time

14:00 - 15:00

Webinar No. 5 / Q & A

16:00 - 18:00
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME

Dialogue Groups: Who we are is how we lead

18:30 - 19:00

Tea Time

Wednesday, 15 July

10:00 - 10:30
MORNING PROGRAMME

Leaving our Dialogue Groups

11:00 - 12:00

Closing Session: The Power of our Network

16:00 - 16:30

Leaving our Dialogue Groups

17:00 - 18:00
AFTERNOON PROGRAMME

Closing Session: The Power of our Network

 

 

Human Library *

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