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Friday, August 26 • 15:00 - 15:45
Systemic Change for the 100% Movement: How can Humanity become Sustainable?

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Context: Real change takes all of us.

From vast illiteracy to climate crisis, big issues call for large scale action.  

And yet, the world can not wait for governments and NGO's alone.

From global youth organizations (AEISEC) to leading data research Data Pop to the UNDP youth, grass-roots movement, find out how large instituions are taking action to Transform the World by 2030 with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals

Explore what we are doing together to moblize local solutions-- and what you can do in your own backyard!


Overview of SEED Change Forum PM Session
  • COOPETITION 2016: Mobilizing Local Solutions to the Global Goals "Sustainable Development Goals" (SDGs)
  • Intersections Outcomes & Community Report  
  • Social Innovation Awards, 1PIE Hackathon & Pathway 2016
  • Closing Concerts & Celebration 

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Melanie St.James

CEO/ Founder, The Global Summit / Empowerment WORKS / BioNova Health
Ever rising to the challenge of co-creating a thriving world, Melanie is the passionate social architect behind The Global Summit series and founder of facilitating organization, Empowerment WORKS, which supports year round impact.  Through early life studies in mainland China, Melanie's eyes were opened to the need for mass collaboration in locally-led solutions. She identified Empowerment WORKS' flagship approach, "7 Stages to... Read More →

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Camila Khoury

Diretora de Relações Públicas, AIESEC in Brazil
Camila is graduated in Public Relations and truly believes that communication is one of the main human tools to achieve our goals, through sharing knowledge, experiences and causes. Therefore, she currently works in AIESEC, where she has found a way to contribute for people to find out how they can contribute a more sustainable development of the world, developing youth leadership by making young people to transform their beliefs and values... Read More →
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Layla Saad

Deputy Director Rio+ Center, World Centre for Sustainable Development (RIO+ Centre), United Nations Development Programme
Layla Saad has been dedicated to issues of poverty, environment, inequality and governance since her adolescent years growing up in Chile. She has since worked with a range of institutions including the multilateral system, governments and NGOs, both in the North and the South and at the national and international level. | | Prior to joining the RIO+Centre, Layla led the Advocacy and Partnerships work of the UN MDG Achievement Fund –the... Read More →
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Natalie Shoup

Operations & Engagement Manager, Data-Pop Alliance
Data-Pop Alliance is a global coalition on Big Data and Development co-created by the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative, MIT Media Lab, and the UK Overseas Development Institute, with fourth core member Flowminder Foundation, to promote a people-centered Big Data revolution by improving evidence-based decision-making and empowering people in the age of Big Data through research, training and advocacy. | | As Data-Pop Alliance’s Operations... Read More →

Friday August 26, 2016 15:00 - 15:45
Ballroom Museu de Ciências da Terra Av. Pasteur, 404 Urca, Rio de Janeiro, RJ CEP 22290-255

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