We respectfully acknowledge the peoples of the Wagyl Kaip and Southern Noongar nations, their Elders past, present, and emerging, who are the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we operate.
TEDxKinjarling recognises the important role that Indigenous people continue to play in Australia and we draw inspiration from their ancient connection with this land.
If the world can’t come to Albany, why don’t we take Albany to the world?
A TEDx licence has now been secured for Albany, meaning the city will host a conference on 29 January, 2022. The event will be named in the Noongar tradition in recognition of the area’s indigenous heritage.
The TEDxKinjarling event now has the backing of a diverse and experienced voluntary committee, all of them keen to present world-class thought leadership from the Great Southern of Western Australia to the world. Interest has already been expressed in presenting at the event but a strict criteria must be met to ensure the event remains non-commercial in nature.
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- We spread fresh ideas that are relevant, ethical, thought-provoking and potentially transformative for our community.
- We actively encourage submissions and involvement from members of the Great Southern community and offer development opportunities for those who engage with TEDxKinjarling.
- Our TEDx talks are made available online, for free.
- We are values and volunteer-driven. TEDxKinjarling is not for profit.
- TEDxKinjarling is an inclusive event. We strive to represent fresh and challenging ideas while maintaining respect and embracing diversity.
- We welcome emerging leaders within the community and offer speaker coaching to assist in the most effective possible delivery of your message.