4 talks, 4 cities, 1 hours – NetSquared ‘virtual’ camp downunder

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Turn on the internet next Thursday night (29 November 6.30am GMT) and you’ll get a chance to hear about four great projects making the world a better place from Australia and New Zealand.

Presentations from four meet-ups, being run simultaneously, will be broadcast live. We’ll be taking questions in person and via chat. Tune in via You Tube Live (via ) or signup to the NetSquared Virtual meetup.

Our presenters are showcasing some world-changing ideas from the following four cities:

Adelaide - Evan,
Our World Today is a news organisation aiming to redefine what the world sees as news media. They aim to generate meaningful topics for discussion and reflect a news agenda that inspires our readers and members to positively change the world around them.

Wellington - Jon,
Loomio is an online tool for collaborative decision-making, enabling all people to have a say in decisions that affect them in all aspects of life – in their community, their workplace, and the world.

Melbourne - Will,
Clarity Engine is a new online giving platform to help charities market themselves to younger audiences, provide a simple way to transfer money to charities and also connect with other users.

Auckland - Will,
The Global Poverty Project aims to increase the number and effectiveness of people taking action on extreme poverty.

We’ve already got over 60 people registered to attend in-person, and there’ still room. It’ll be a fun night and we’ll be learning as we go. I’m sure we’ll have some lessons to share with other Net2-ers.

If you are in this part of the world, you’re welcome to come along, or sign-in online.

All on 29 November:

Or view on YouTube live, via

Hastag: #net2du