Webinar for Challenge Finalists Panel Discussion – Peddle Preneurs

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october, 2020

08oct1:30 pm2:00 pmVirtual EventWebinar for Challenge Finalists Panel Discussion - Peddle Preneurs1:30 pm - 2:00 pm BST Event Type :Final Presentations


(Thursday) 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm BST

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Last of our four finalists will be given 5 minutes to present their proposal followed by a 25 minutes discussion with our 3 panelists below.

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Lalit Kishor Bhati

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Lalit, an Architect & Urban Planner, has been living in Auroville for past 20 years & engaged in a diverse range of learning activities. He has participated in formulation of Auroville Master Plan, Sustainable Campus Planning & Design Studios, Swadharma Programme, co-authored  a paper on 'Tapping the potential of Sri Aurobindo’s philosophy in planning', Co-founder of PATH, an Auroville based Architecture & Planning Studio & Auroville Campus Initiative.

Lindsey Hall

Show bio +Lindsey Hall is co-founder and CEO of the Real Ideas Organisation group, leading the organisation to run it’s own social enterprise ventures and enable others, particularly young people, to set up and run their own socially entrepreneurial activities, solve problems and build skills. Lindsey's track record as a creative social entrepreneur, thinker and leader has seen her set up and develop products and services across the creative, learning and education sectors. Lindsey is a NESTA Cultural Leadership fellow, an INSEAD graduate, a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Trustee of Kernow Education Arts Partnership and Plymouth Culture, member of Plymouth Growth Board and one of the WISE100 social enterprise leaders.

Henry Leveson-Gower

Show bio +Henry Leveson-Gower is the founder and CEO of Promoting Economic Pluralism and editor of its magazine, The Mint.  He is working to open up thinking about organising our economies in education, research and practice.  He has been a practicing pluralist economist and policy analyst for over 25 years working on environmental policy. Prior to that he worked in local economic and environmental development in Scotland. He is particularly interested in institutional design for collective action to catalyse system change based on his research at the Centre for Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus in 2017.  He is a Fellow of the RSA and a qualified chartered accountant.