Hi! I'm Emma Dillabough and I'll be covering this event.
Cukier is talking about the power of education for women in impoverished countries.
"There are no shortage of ideas: the problem is people often lack the knowledge and confidence to make change," said Cukier.
"If you want to be a change maker you have to accept that perfection is the enemy of the good enough and sometimes to be good enough is good enough," said Cukier.
When you leave impact reporting to the last minute... you won't be able [to get the resaults you want] - Chowdhury
Collectively as a community we need to chose the issue that makes the most sense to us - Chowdhury
Ask yourself less about are you an entrepreneur, and more about what is a problem and what keeps you up at night - Wilkin
Don't get into a place where you are so stuck trying to figure out all the answers. - Wilkin
For Wilkin connecting innovative youth with the opportunity to see their idea in action is an important issue.
Whatwver plan you have, it won't be the plan that takes you places [because it will evolve]... Just get started - Wilkin
Bose speakers given away to the people who had a long cummute, little sleep and took the stairs.
Pecha Kucha translates into 'Chit Chat'
Morrison is talking about youth unemployment. 'Because even if youth have a job they know someone who doesn't or someone is looking.'
"In design we'd like you to ask yourself 'how does my idea put youth at the centre?'" - Morrison
"Are we seeking to creat more quality or quantity jobs for youth? " - Morrison
Burale is speaking about gun violence and why it exists where it does.
How do we change peoples fear of police when they come into the community - Burale
How do we innovate the civic engagement - Burale
My social challenge is how can we redesign the decision process? - Burale