#CDSA21 Post Event Tickets here!
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Missed the live event? Replays are available!
Live Event Now Available on Replay
Recorded: 30 November 2021
All conference talks available on replay
Our online conference is an innovative one: This means you can use some conference material before, some during and some after the event. For this reason our conference is laid out in a lesson and e-learning format. Learn more here.
Navigate to different talks and topics as you would progress through online learning modules and lessons. Scroll down and choose talks, speakers or participation options using either the listed conference schedule or lesson breakdown under specific topic modules.
Click the following headings to find out more.
Read up about the organisations and speakers.
Watch and re-watch the live presentation-style talks.
Watch and re-watch the pre-recorded presentation-style talks and video compilations.
Watch and re-watch live question and answer sessions and participate by sending in your questions by using the comments section.
Text Forums (now closed)
Join in after the conference on discussions on some of the topics, speakers and organisations.
Calls to Action
Ways how you can help from wherever you are in the world!
A chance to hear our panel of experts discuss topical issues relating to community development and the SDG’s.
Live Event: 12-3pm New York (EST) | 4-7pm London (GMT) | 6-9pm Cape Town (SAST), 30th November 2021
EMPOWERING YOUTH, CHANGING LIVES
OUTREACH PROGRAMMERS FOR A GREATER IMPACT IN LOCAL COMMUNITIES
TOUCHING THE LIVES OF CHILDREN AND DOGS
GROWING RESILIENT COMMUNITIES
Additonal talks and videos available on demand: Amakhala Foundation; South African Medical Expeditions; Sibuya Wilderness Aquaponics; Nature’s Valley Trust Estuary and Clean Water Research, Mogalakwena Craft Art and DICT Environmental Education Programme
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