One Young World Bath 2019 will be held on the University of Bath campus on the 6th of April, with leading voices from business and society joining students and interested local attendees to share ideas and engage in discussions around the issues that we face both domestically and internationally.
This event is run by the University of Bath in partnership with One Young World, a global organisation that focuses on harnessing the power of young leaders, who demonstrate leadership ability and a commitment to effecting positive change. One Young World Bath is chaired by undergraduate student Alex Butterworth, our delegate for the 2018 Hague Conference. Alex, with the help of our dedicated student committee and volunteers, aims to bring back to campus the inspiration he took from the conference by organising and hosting this event.
In the spirit of promoting access to all, attendance at the caucus is free with a deposit of £10 which will be refunded upon checking-in.
University staff can register for tickets in the University of Bath Students section of the booking page. A valid staff card will be required.
Mary Helda Akongo is the founder of Roaring Doves, a peer support community for victims and survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) who come together to create awareness of GBV. She is also the Operations and Programs Manager for Zimba Women, a Ugandan organisation that finds innovative technological solutions to create sustainable futures for African women.
Caroline Casey is an award-winning social entrepreneur and founder of #valuable, a catalyst for an inclusion revolution that exists to position disability equally on the global business leadership agenda. Committed to building a global movement on inclusive business for the 1.3 billion people in the world with a disability, over the past two decades she has set up several organisations and initiatives centred on disability business inclusion.
The Chancellors' Building has level access with double-width automatic doors. There are lifts inside the building.