Ten talks, ten topics
Ten diverse speakers took to the stage. Below are their talks, and what's been captured.
Former ActionStation's co-director Marianne imagines life as a 98-year-old, and looks back at the watershed moments of 2018 which made that a turning point for justice and equality.
Paralympian Mary Fisher talks about the untapped strength of diversity. What might a fully inclusive and accessible society look like?
Kat Lintott & Malcolm Mulholland
Kat Lintott and Malcolm Mulholland bring to a life a future in which Aotearoa has a written constitution, with Te Tiriti o Waitangi as its founding document.
Catalyst's Don Christie extrapolates some current concepts in the realm of open education.
Sam Lang dreams about an ecologically literate society.
Eric Crampton, of The NZ Initiative, imagines a New Zealand that shifts its reliance from central to regional government. And even in fifty years, is still the best place to leave.
Jory Akuhata questions what conversations efforts we need to start now, so that we can still enjoy the lush green forests fifty years from now.
Jon Herries & Darian Eckersley
Jon Herries and Darian Eckersley, from the Ministry of Health & Australia's Digital Health Agency respectively, imagine a Star Trek-inspired future of health.
Girol Karacaoglu explains an integrated policy framework for intergenerational wellbeing
Kerry Dalton, of the Citizen's Advice Bureau, imagines a future where everyone can thrive.