Following successful previous editions, Co-Creation Hub (CcHUB), Nigeria’s premier social innovation centre together with Omidyar Network and Union Bank is proud to announce the 3rd Social Change Summit in June 2017.
This year’s Social Change Summit themed ‘How might we connect more Africans to more opportunities to move up the socio-economic ladder?’ promises to engage and inspire attendees but more importantly seeks to understand how Africans can access opportunities that help them move up the social ladder to a higher socio-economic class. The sessions will include 3 main tracks namely: Education, Employment and Entrepreneurship.
The summit will have in attendance stakeholders drawn from government, business, civil societies, donors, academia, and organizations. At the summit, participants will engage in discussions that facilitate the understanding of the opportunities which enable social mobility.
Keynote at this year’s summit will be delivered by Mr. Stephen King (Partner, Omidyar Network), Ali Baba Akpobome, Stand-up Comedian. The convergence will also include constructive panel sessions between some of Africa’s key stakeholders, who are interested in engaging in discussions that facilitate the understanding of the opportunities which enable social mobility.
The Summit is in line with CcHUB’s mission to accelerate the application of social capital and innovation to make Nigeria a better society.
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Event details are as follows:
Date: Thursday 22nd June, 2017
Location: The Marquee at Federal Palace, Hotel 6-8 Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos
Time: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
For details of the agenda and speakers/panellists, please visit http://cchubnigeria.com/
To participate in the summit, members of the public are encouraged to pick a ticket at www.cchubnigeria.com/summit to join the conversation on “How might we connect more Africans to more opportunities to move up the socio-economic ladder?”. Participation is FREE but participants MUST register.