EARCOS HIGH SCHOOL GLOBAL ISSUES NETWORK CONFERENCE

Hosted by Bali Island School (formerly Bali International School)

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March 11-12, 2016
It takes innovation, action and collaboration to solve a problem and make both a local and global impact.

We look forward to having 250 participants with a passion for making a positive change in their community. The focus will be on 20 global issues. Keynotes, NGOs, educators, students and many more participants will gather for two days of learning and networking.


TURN ON THE ENGIN

Keynote and motivational speakers from around the world…
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Logan Smalley

Director of TED-ED, award-winning documentarian and developer of educational videos, websites and programs that are utilized by millions of learners around the world.

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Robi Navicula

Indonesian rock musician, activist, writer, and farmer

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Anis Hidayah

Founder of Migrant Care and human rights warrior walking a lonely path.

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Silverius Oscar Unggul

Silverius Oscar Unggul has created a business model that empowers and provides economic incentives for forest dwelling communities to get involved with conservation efforts by helping them manage their own sustainable “eco-label” timber businesses.


TURN ON THE HEADLIGHTS

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Micah White

The Future of Protest | Social Change | Social Movements
Micah White, co-creator of Occupy Wall Street, former AdBusters editor, and the author of The End of Protest: A New Playbook for Revolution. A lifelong social activist with a twenty-year record of innovative approaches to creating social change, White will take GIN participants through his theories of mass movements that are destined to inspire—and catalyze—the next generation of global actions.


INNOVATE, ACT & COLLABORATE

  • Skill-based workshops from Student GANGS and EnGIN
    speakers involved in global issues.
  • Global Village Groups to allow for important open discussions on the issues and the solutions and strengthen the networks.
  • A Global Action Fair to interact with our local community change makers.
  • Turn on the enGIN workshops for educators.

STOP, TALK & REFLECT

  • Make it Work Forum: Tribal Peoples of East Asia
  • Sustainable Travel Photo Exhibition

CELEBRATE

  • ECO-ROCK Concert feat. Navicula

 

WELCOME to the GIN Bali Global Issues Network website. The March 2016 GIN Conference will be held at both Bali Island School, formerly Bali International School and Sanur Paradise Plaza Hotel, our location sponsor . The purpose of this website is for conference participants to have all the information they need to prepare for attending this exciting event.

 

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The GIN Team

 

 

20 Global Issues

High Noon: Twenty Global Problems, Twenty Years to Solve Them is a book describing imminent issues such as water shortages, climate change, infectious diseases, poverty, and illiteracy, that can only be solved through global cooperation. Each student workshop focuses on one of these 20 global issues:

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  • Massive step-up in the fight against poverty
  • Peacekeeping, conflict prevention, combating terrorism
  • Education for all
  • Global infectious diseases
  • Digital divide
  • Natural disaster prevention and mitigation
  • Global Warming
  • Biodiversity and ecosystem losses
  • Fisheries depletion
  • Deforestation
  • Water deficits
  • Maritime safety and pollution
  • Reinventing taxation for the twenty-first century
  • Biotechnology rules
  • Global financial architecture
  • Illegal drugs
  • Trade, investment, and competition rules
  • Intellectual property rights
  • E-commerce rules
  • International labor and migration rules

 

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