NOVEMBER 29-30, 2017 | OTTAWA


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Program
100 bright minds and bold doers who are reimagining the future of volunteerism, profit, conservation,  placemaking, and other areas that matter will gather to shape the future of how we do good.

Future of Good is two days 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 (SDGs) at our core, Future of Good will convene Canadians, from at home and abroad, to inspire the next generation of experiments in issue areas like gender equality, climate action, poverty, hunger, inclusive growth and education.

VENUE:
BAYVIEW YARDS INNOVATION CENTRE
WHERE OTTAWA’S INDUSTRIAL ROOTS,
MEET ITS ENTREPRENEURIAL FUTURE.

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Speakers

Stay tuned for our next round of speakers and performers.

A sample of what you can expect speakers to touch on during Future of Good:

Will today’s approaches satisfy tomorrow’s needs?
How do we know if our good is good enough?
What does it mean to be a good ancestor?
What does good look like over 10,000-years?
Where will good come from in 10-years?
What are future forms of capital?
Where does the future of design intersect with the future of good?
What new language is needed to do good in a quantum world?
How do you build a learning nation?

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

Partners
Enabling Partners
Operational Support

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

Curation Team

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
Advisory Circle
Andrew Pelling

PHACKTORY

Andrew Reeves

LINEBOX

Guy Freedman

FIRST PEOPLES GROUP

JESSICA TOMLIN

MATCH

Ed Greenspon

PUBLIC POLICY FORUM

Nicholas Brysiewicz

THE LONG NOW FOUNDATION

Ian Capstick

MEDIASTYLE

Stay in touch as we announce speakers, performers and other updates.