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Building

Positive Hope

IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

1st- 2nd November 2023, Hyderabad, Telangana, India

Next Meetup

AN ASIA PACIFIC CONFERENCE

With pre and post-conference skills workshops, agency visits for overseas participants meeting the challenge through creativity, innovation and change ushering contributions with pre and post-conference skills workshops, agency visits for overseas participants meeting the challenge through creativity, innovation and change ushering contributions in

  1. Human services and social work management streams

  2. Allied health and public health systems

  3. Curriculum Development for a better world

  4. Entrepreneurial social activism

About The Conference

The conference topic anticipates humanity's future after the COVID-19 epidemic. It investigates the role of all human services in making the world a better place. This conference relies on intrinsic abilities that people use in their rehabilitation as they rebuild hope from shattered pieces. The conference allows for creative and innovative thinking, as well as the exploration of out-of-the-box solutions for a lively, resilient, and hopeful future. The Conference will focus on three simple questions:

(1) What worked for us prior to the pandemic?
(2) Where have we fallen short? And
(3) what appears to be a pathway now and for the future?

The conference discussions should, hopefully, centre on the fundamental alterations required for social change engagement and goals. Crisis-induced collaborative creativity, innovation, and transformation that we have all seen provides great narratives. COVID-19 has surprised everyone. It has devastated global health, society, and economy. Most countries enforced face masks, social distancing, and border closures. An opportunity therefore for us to undertake an -depth review of the pandemic response: Specifically, in all our societies what worked? What is that we need to improve? Or invent? Information technology, privacy, ethics, robots, Artificial intelligence (AI) Population, habitat, and migration need more work. The pandemic impacted on educational system, resulting in increased use of technology in schools, colleges and universities moving to online and hybrid models.


Curriculum Development and Innovation

How did your discipline respond?

Entrepreneurial social activism

Climate Change

Spiritual Focus

Best Paper and Poster Awards

Publications
About

Organizing Committee 

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Dr. Venkat Pulla

Conference Chair

James Cook University

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Sudarshan Pasupeleti

Co- Chair

University of Texas Rio Grand Valley 

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Venkatesh Palabatla

Co- Chair

HR  Leadership

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Srinivas Goud Survi

Co- Chair

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Navya Buchali

Logistics

Principal Organisers

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The Brisbane Institute

Since its foundation, the Institute has provided meaningful, inexpensive conference and training programmes
that bring together NGOs, governments, private and corporate sectors, international organisations,
universities, and research institutes to debate ideas to improve Australia and the world. The institute believes
in breaking silos and brings social work and human services educators and practitioners to listen, co-present
with allied health colleagues, and use transdisciplinary and inter-disciplinary methodologies. Since 2010,
Griffith University has been our Australian and international community partner, while James Cook University
has collaborated twice. Dr. Venkat Pulla founded the Institute in 2006 to assist the spread of strengthsbased practices and self-reliance. Social work, psychology, media, accountancy, and digital art specialists
formed the board. The true partners of the institute are its participants and benefactors. We’ve collaborated
with strengths-based psychiatry, social sciences, human services, biology, neuro-sciences, pure sciences,
aboriginal people’s development, education, and management professionals and laypeople. Participants from
all over the world have found our conferences and training meaningful. as a dialogues and a journey
promoted at these conferences boosts resilient practices and hope.

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Balavikasa

Bala Vikasa is one of India’s leading nonprofits with innovative multi-sectoral, high-impact, sustainable
development interventions aimed at achieving an equitable and just society for all. Founded by Singareddy
Bala Theresa Gingras and her husband, André Gingras, a career diplomat with CIDA (Canadian International
Development Agency), Bala Vikasa is widely regarded as a Development Innovator committed to CommunityDriven Development. Its programs in Safe Water, Food Security, Water Conservation, WASH, Women
Empowerment, Widow Emancipation, Quality Education, Model Communities and Humanitarian Relief have
impacted over 10 million rural poor in more than 7,000 villages spanning 8 South-Central states over the past
30 years. Balavikasa amplifies social change by strengthening the global development practice through
training programs and advisory for global nonprofits, civil society organizations, academia, and CSR
practitioners through the People Development Training Center. Balavikasa are also forging symbiotic
alliances between businesses and civil society to achieve the highest social impact through Bala Vikasa
Center for Social and Responsible Business.

Conference Management

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Good Universe, created in 2015, is a forerunner in the fields of Gender, Health, and Climate Change. It promotes constructive social change and drives sustainable development with humility and a strong belief in transformative potential. Its heterogeneous team of specialists, all of whom hold PhDs in their fields, works with a diverse variety of stakeholders to build evidence-based practices and strategic collaborations with people and agencies. Notably, their Project Hibiscus provides underprivileged women and girls with menstrual hygiene products and promotes sustainable menstruation. The commitment of Good Universe to community learning drives its efforts to create a more equitable, resilient, and sustainable world. Good Universe strives to quietly make a difference with common goals and a compassionate approach to people and the environment. All aspects of the conference are graciously looked after by the Good Universe pro bono.

Partnership and Sponsorship Call!

Companies, non- profits, educational enterprises and Universities that deal with subject matters of the conference in public health, social development, and human services training have great opportunities to offer their products, and their messages to support the cause. A conference of this nature run by volunteers requires assistance in terms of several conference costs. These include bringing excellent grassroot speakers from the rest of the world,
 

Please write to either navya@gooduniverse.org or rajkumar26@gmail.com

Contact

Phone

+91 8341180851

Email

Sponsorships:
navya@gooduniverse.org
rajkumar26@gmail.com

 

Abstracts: 
dr.venkat.pulla@gmail.com 

 

Genral Queries:
info@gooduniverse.org

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