Ottawa | November 30, 2017

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Future of Good is a day of radical speakers, compelling performances, and intimate conversations to explore forces shaping how we do Good in the 21st century.

With the UN Sustainable Development Goals at our core, Future of Good will convene Canadians, from at home and abroad, to inspire the next generation of experiments on issues like gender equality, climate action, poverty, hunger, inclusive growth and education.
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Our 1st round of speakers feature a Syrian-born telecommunications engineer changing how people give, an Anishinabe kwe woman from Northern Ontario reshaping relationships between indigenous and non-indigenous youth, and a Canadian living in Kenya, using digital currency to bring solar power.

Stay tuned for our next round of speakers and performers.


The co-curators have lived and worked around the world. Working in public, corporate and not-for-profit sectors, they bring a unique tri-sector sensibility.

They are behind compelling projects and organizations, such as: Impact Hub Ottawa, Impact Academy, Hub & Spoke, New Ottawa Process, Rideau Hall Foundation, Policy Community Conference, and Launch Some Good.

Vinod RajasekaranCo-Curator
Jane PorterCo-Curator
Jason PearmanCo-Curator
Will today’s approaches satisfy tomorrow’s needs?

Are today’s ambitions for doing good bold enough?

What might doing good look like a decade from now?

Who gets to say what good is?

How should we take credit for doing good? Can good be attributed?

What tools for good will move from marginal to mainstream?

How might organizations of all kinds prepare for, respond and evolve?

Future of Good will be your platform to explore these and other questions across the UN Sustainable Development Goal domains that matter to you.
Future of Good is presented in partnership with:

Become a partner of one of the compelling experiences of 2017.

This unique experience aims to convene over 100 bright minds and bold doers from across Canada and beyond, with participants from a range of industries, like food, energy, arts, technology, design, urban planning, public service, not-for-profit, academia, media, and professional services.
To start a conversation on partnership, contact Vinod Rajasekaran

Stay in touch as we announce speakers, performers, schedule and information on how to apply.