Future of Good was two days of radical speakers, compelling performances, and intimate conversations to explore how to do Good well in the 21st century.

Speakers

These speakers joined an ECLECTIC group of artists, performers, chefs, and moderators to animate the future of good experience.

Plenaries

(shifts, ambition, incumbents, tools and blindspots)
  • What does good need to look like in this generation? How will it be judged in the future?
  • Levers for doing good part 1: How are the tools that we use today changing (e.g. Finance and Enterprise)?
  • Levers for doing good part 2: What tools will become important in the next decade (e.g. Behavioural Science, Blockchain, Social Labs, Education)?
  • What do the forces and levers at play mean for how we approach the SDGs?
  • Building movements for a vibrant and evolving Future of Good
Jane Porter
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Naki Osutei, TD
Art Bar
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Braindate w Steven Huddart & Ian Capstick
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Kamau Bobb (Director, Constellations Center for Equity)
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Partners
Curation Team
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

Kyle Hill

TEACH FOR CANADA

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