Social change advocate Robyn Jackaman will be a guest speaker at the TEDxYouth@BrayfordPool 2022 on the 6th November.
The independently organised TEDx event aims to share bold ideas, long truths, and jaw-dropping creative visions. The day event will feature a speaker programme, discussion groups, workshops and is designed to help you dig deeper and turn ideas into actions.
Robyn studied Sociology at BGU and was also student researcher on this two-year project to that provided a programme of activities to raise awareness, share learning and promote progress using Participatory Action Research, to make BGU better placed to promote inclusion.
Earlier this year, Robyn also gave a poster presentation at the International Conference on Women’s Leadership and Empowerment in Amsterdam on the project ‘Enabling Gender Equality in Leadership: an exploration of leadership and self-awareness at Bishop Grosseteste University’.
Robyn Jackaman said: “I’m delighted to be speaking at the TEDxBrayfordPool event this November. I’m incredibly passionate about social change, gender and identity.
“I’m currently aiming to accomplish a PhD in Education and work towards legislative changes in the British sex education, and I’m always up for a chat about my areas of research.”
Tickets for TEDxBrayfoodPool are available here, all students will be eligible for the £12 ticket rate.
Photo credit: www.tedxbrayfordpool.com/tedxybp
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