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Paul Foster shared his motivation behind being involved in supporting social causes, including 50 For 50, World Suicide Prevention Day, Animal Lovers' Week and Habitat for Humanity, and Pokka’s Fight Together For Cancer campaign.
Mizah Rahman, of Participate in Design, took the audience through the journey of participatory design - a process that engages a community in the design process, encourages shared ownership and imbibes sustainability principles, illustrated with a case study of a seniors' activity centre.
Daniel Ong of Care Corner Singapore, spoke of the Youth Rangers Programme, a leadership development programme designed with community youths aged 13 - 17 years in mind, and the success stories of past participants.
Martin Tan, of the Institute for Societal Leadership at SMU, spoke about the only constant in the world - change; the different kinds of changes and why it is important. He outlined 3 types of responses to change - which one best resonates with you?
Avishek was the knowledge speaker at Fuze Night, and we were able to glean learnings from his analyses and observations of people doing good on social media, including success stories from the "Dress" event, and Emma Watson's #HeforShe campaign, inter alia.
Denise took attendees of Fuze Night through the genesis of the Yellow Ribbon Fund, and the programmes in place to help past prison offenders rekindle bonds with their families and regain their footing in society.