Jason Garman has travelled through more than 50 countries. He has been a gymnast, a corporate director, a dishwasher, a TV broadcaster, a stuntman, a filmmaker, a volunteer and a voice for change.
In the past eight years with Oxfam New Zealand, Jason has helped survivors of humanitarian emergencies, enabled vulnerable people to work their way out of extreme poverty, and forged global campaigns around climate change, fair trade and the Arms Trade Treaty.
Jason will talk about ethical consumerism and the power of having a choice and voice. By adopting a wider perspective we not only increase our personal happiness, we build a more equal world where everyone can thrive.
Trevor J Moeke is a recognised thought leader and activator of positive indigenous futures.
Currently leading in Maori Higher Education with Te Wananga o Aotearoa; as a trusted communicator leader across tribes; an adept business and political advocate; and as Co Chair of WINHEC (World Indigenous Higher Education Consortium) an international vehicle which says that we as indigenous people are capable of our own high quality education.
A weaver of people and narrative, Trevor Moeke effects positive change in everything he does. Globally connected, visionary and widely engaged, Trevor has unique insight into indigenous potential through designed futures and how that can be harvested for positive global change.
Trevor will be talking about Maori insights for living, change, personal and global leadership!