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Sep 21, 2020

What is the Not So Redundant Club?  In this interview Jessie explains more about what it is and why she started it as well as providing background on her life and journey so far.  One of the key themes that came through in this was community in various guises and I really enjoyed this conversation.  I've known Jessie several years so it was really nice to reflect on the Impact Unconference in April as well and her own background in the Law.  I am sure you will enjoy this interview and if you do - is there someone else who might be facing redundancy who would benefit from listening to this?  There are more than 210 other interviews in the back catalogue at as well.

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The SDG Art Exhibition is being put on by the Global Shapers Ōtautahi Hub, The Conscious Club and Bead & Proceed. It starts with a launch night event on Friday 25th September 2020 and runs until Thursday 1st October at Milton St Substation in Ōtautahi/Christchurch.
Tickets for launch night on Friday 25th September:

Global Shapers Ōtautahi/Christchurch Hub Recruitment Information evening is coming up on Wednesday 30th September 2020 and is open to all those interested in learning more about Global Shapers. More details here:
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