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Agenda

AUG 1

10:00

Meet & Greet

12:00

Sessions Stage

13:00

Lunch

14:00

Networking

16:00

Q & A Session

The Speakers

FEATURED GUEST & KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

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Anne Hollands

Australian National Children's Commissioner

Formerly Director of the Australian Institute of Family Studies, for 23 years Anne was Chief Executive of government and non-government organisations focused on research, policy and practice in child and family wellbeing.

As a psychologist Anne has worked extensively in frontline practice, including child protection, domestic and family violence, mental health, child and family counselling, parenting education, family law counselling, and community development.

Anne currently contributes to several expert advisory groups, including the Family Law Council, Australian Child Maltreatment Study, NSW Domestic and Family Violence and Sexual Assault Council, National Plan Advisory Group (NPAG), and Australian National Child Health and Development Atlas Oversight Group.

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Cristyn Davies

Senior Research Associate

Cristyn is a Research Fellow in the Discipline of Child and Adolescent Health, University of Sydney Clinical School, The Children's Hospital at Westmead. 

Her areas of expertise include gender and sexuality diversity; LGBT health, discrimination and violence; health equity and human rights; women’s sexual and reproductive health; HPV vaccination; vaccination delivery systems (standard and Micro-projection Array Patch (MAP) technology); qualitative research; Implementation Science and Knowledge Translation.

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Jean Hinchliffe

Climate Justice Activist

Jean Hinchliffe is an 18-year-old climate activist and an organiser within School Strike 4 Climate. She campaigns for legislative action against the sourcing and usage of fossil fuels, along with pushing for Australia to become fully carbon neutral.

Jean is passionate about social, political, and environmental issues and began her activism at age 13, when she volunteered with the Vote Yes campaign for marriage equality. Since then, she has also volunteered with organisations such as GetUp and Stop Adani.

Jean’s first book, Lead the Way: How to change the world from a teen activist and school striker was published by Pantera Press in 2021.

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The Venue

500 Terry Francois Street

San Francisco, CA 94158

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2022 Youth Health Conference

Recovery. Resilience. Rights

7-9 November 2022

CENTREPIECE

at Melbourne Park

Melbourne, Victoria