Founded in 2004, Games for Change International facilitates the creation and distribution of social impact games that serve as critical tools in humanitarian and educational efforts. Games for Change Australia & New Zealand, at RMIT University, was created in June 2012 to advance the cause in our region.
Games for Change ANZ 2013 Panel Discussion
This year, Games for Change Australia & New Zealand will present a panel discussion during Melbourne Knowledge Week.
Whilst our 2012 Festival program celebrated the best of social impact games, this year’s panel discussion is your opportunity to connect, debate and have a say about the value of serious games and social good in an Australian and New Zealand climate.
Curators Steffen Walz and Marigo Raftopulos will lead the panel discussion with guest speakers from the social and games sector.
Key Speakers include:
- Bronwyn Stuckey, Educational Technologist and member of NSW Department of Education
- Michael Woods, CEO, Media Saints
- Stephen Ellis, Digital Strategy Chanel Manager, World Vision
With more speakers to be announced, come listen, interact and have your say.
Date: Thursday 31 October 2013
Venue: RMIT Design Hub
Time: 6 – 8pm
*Event includes drinks and snacks
Reserve your seat online.