About TALTalks

At the heart of every social movement lies a story. TALTalks is where changemakers share compelling narratives of compassion, social entrepreneurship, and world-changing impact. They share their transformative ideas, insights, and journeys, including their success and failures, in keynote-style talks. In doing so, they motivate, educate and inspire others to take action, becoming positive change agents.

What the Attendees Get

  • Insights and Inspiration: Gain valuable knowledge from thought leaders and be inspired to take action on pressing social issues.
  • Networking Opportunities: Connect with like-minded individuals committed to social change, fostering potential collaborations and partnerships.
  • SDG Alignment: Understand how real-world initiatives are contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals, providing a roadmap for your own actions.

What the Speakers Get:

  • Platform: A revered stage to amplify their impact stories to a wider audience.
  • Engagement: Direct interaction with an audience of budding and experienced changemakers, potential collaborators, and supporters.
  • Amplification: Media coverage and promotional support, increasing their influence and reach.
  • Feedback: An opportunity to receive constructive feedback and perspectives, fostering growth and improvement.
  • Network: Join an esteemed community of speakers from past and present TALTalks, fostering collaborations, partnerships, and lifelong connections.

Who Can Attend TALTalks?

  • Aspiring Changemakers: Anyone looking to make a difference in their community or worldwide and seeking inspiration and guidance on how to start or amplify their journey.
  • Professionals & Entrepreneurs: Business, non-profit, and entrepreneurship individuals keen to align their efforts with the Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Students: University students, researchers, and young innovators eager to learn about real-world impact and how they can contribute to the SDGs.
  • Community Leaders: Those leading or involved in community projects or grassroots movements and looking to expand their reach or impact.
  • Government & Policy Makers: Representatives interested in understanding ground-level challenges and innovative solutions to drive policy changes aligned with the SDGs.
  • Educators & Academics: Professionals from educational institutions want to infuse their teachings with real-world examples of social impact.

Who can be a Speaker?

  • Impact Leaders: Individuals who have led initiatives or organizations making tangible progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
  • Groundbreakers: Pioneers who've introduced innovative solutions or methodologies in social impact and sustainability.
  • Community Champions: Local heroes who've created significant change within their communities, representing grassroots success.
  • Thought Leaders: Experts in their respective fields who can provide insights, trends, and knowledge around sustainable development and social entrepreneurship.
  • Survivors: Individuals who've faced adversities related to the SDGs and have transformed their challenges into advocacy or actionable solutions.
  • Researchers & Academics: Scholars who've made notable contributions to the SDGs through research, findings, or academic pursuits.
  • Social Entrepreneurs: Founders or leaders of ventures that have blended business strategies with social impact, aligning profit with purpose.