This one-hour panel discussion explores the idea that we can all play an active part in making change happen to promote sustainability and social justice. Our panel draws upon a diverse group of change-makers, working in different areas (sustainable energy; anti-racism; corporate social responsibility), through different roles (formal responsibilities, campaigning) and with different life experiences. The common thread is that they have all found ways to use their platform and opportunities to influence change in organisations, communities and society – something arguably achievable by everyone. The session will explore what makes this possible, how to get started as a change-maker and how to achieve the greatest impact.
The session is chaired by Dr Andrew Reeves and forms part of the De Montfort University (DMU) Masters module “Leading Change for Sustainability”, part of MSc Energy and Sustainable Development. To find out more about the module and programme, please click here. The session is offered in collaboration with DMU’s Education for Sustainable Development project: https://esdg.our.dmu.ac.uk
Taiwo Sofowora, DMU Student and Decolonising DMU Student Ambassador
Aisha Ismail, Student Opportunities and Engagement Executive, De Montfort Students’ Union
Matt Friend, Interim Head of Strategy, Energy Systems Catapult
Dr Momodou Sallah, Director, Centre for Academic Innovation and Chair of Global Hands Leicester
Lexie Jones, CEO, Change Agents UK
Bookings will close 1 hour prior to the start of the event. Registrants will receive a link to join the online talk 24hrs before the event, via their provided email address.
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This event is open to all.