Do You Mind? Brought to you by Never Not Creative X Movember

DATE: WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6th 2019
ARRIVE: 5:45PM
LOCATION: Movember Rooftop, Level 4, 21-31 Goodwood Street, Richmond



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Youngbloods have partnered with Never Not Creative and Movember Australia to present ‘Do You Mind? – What I Wish I Knew As A Youngblood’.

We’ve been confronted with some shocking statistics about the prevalence of mental illness in our industry, particularly amongst young people in the last year. Discussing mental health in a public forum is very hard. It's a topic many people are seeking information on but are left feeling vulnerable if they are brave enough to speak up. Youngbloods VIC want to help get the conversation started.

Hosted at the Movember rooftop garden this panel event will hear industry leaders share crucial pieces of advice around mental health and resilience, they wish they’d known when they were starting out.

The discussion will be fuelled by crowd sourced insights, collected prior to the event as well as a QandA at the end. Through story-telling, conversation and acknowledgment of people’s day to day experiences we’re able to find common ground, gain insights and hopefully some new tactics on how to deal with life and work.

SPEAKERS:

CATHERINE BOWE – Industry Marketing Australia and NZ at Facebook

JESS LILLEY – Creative Director at Leo Burnett Melbourne

ZAC SEIDLER – Research Fellow and Director of Health Professional Training at Movember

Panel to be MC’ed by Andy Wright, Creator at Never Not Creative and Co Chair at Mentally Healthy.

Some food and drinks provided.

'Do You Mind? – What I Wish I Knew As A Youngblood’ is sponsored by Two Suns Premium Dry.

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Youngbloods acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this nation. We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands on which our event is located. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past and present. Youngbloods is committed to honouring Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and seas and their rich contribution to society.

This event is wheelchair accessible. If you have any other access requirements, please contact Youngbloods VIC.