Neil Saada, Milo Rignell and Mathias Pastor are the founders of TEECH. It is an educational app which connects students and “Teechers” at top universities. Through this app students are able to speak directly with instructors who can look at specific ways to tackle their academic questions.
Chris will talk about his play (released online) about the events in July 2010, where policeman David Rathband was shot and blinded by Raoul Moat. He explores the role social media played in the events.
Issam is a Syrian Artist with a background in Fine Arts. Through his work, he raises funds and awareness for aid projects in Syria.
Founder and director of Studio INTO, Joanna is combining the world of creativity, business and social science. At Studio INTO she translates cultural insights into innovation opportunities and business strategies.
Kayo is an award winning British poet who has published works as well as presented them at a wide variety of events. He has hosted and curated events across London and the UK.
Marta is the Founding Director of the Refugee Rights Data Project (RRDP), an organisation which aims to fill data gaps relating to human rights violations and unmet humanitarian standards faced by refugees in Europe.
Monica Alcazar Duarte
Monica has been leading a durational photography project advocating for connection in a divided Cyprus.
Orsola De Castro
She is the founder and director of Fashion Revolution. Fashion Revolutions aims to raise awareness of the true cost of fashion, show the world that change is possible, and celebrate all those involved in creating a more sustainable future.
Scarlett is co-founder of Crack+Cider, a company which sells items which are deemed useful for homeless.
William is this year’s conference, student speaker. He created a mobile application and improved platform for communication between students and teachers, in order to help students if any of them have any problems or struggles.