Kieren Perkins OAM, together with global leaders will explore the future of sport through Australian and global lenses.

Kieren Perkins OAM, Chief Executive Officer, Australian Sports Commission will provide his vision on the future of sport for the next decade in the run up to Brisbane 2032. With recent interviews we have seen Kieren’s frankness and athlete centric approach from grass roots to podium. As we start a new era of strategy, Kieren’s vision will be critical for sport, government and the broader industry to align understanding and thinking for the future. A unique opportunity to appreciate where Kieren thinks Sport Australia and the AIS will be going. He will then sit down for an in-depth conversation with our MC, and answer audience questions.

NSC Oration Global Thought Leaders Session

Global thought leaders representing sport in New Zealand, Denmark, England as well as global play and inclusion experts will explore ‘A Decade of Global Opportunities for the Future of Participation’ – exploring how community participation in exercise, play, recreation and sport is being embraced globally.

Raelene Castle, Chief Executive, Sport New Zealand
Every Body Active in Aotearoa New Zealand a Bold Vision and Strategic Direction 2020 – 2032

Naomi Shearon, Strategic Lead – Strategy, Sport England
The First 10 Years After the Games – Learnings for the 10+ 10+ Strategy

Oliver Vanges, Development Specialist, The Danish Foundation for Culture and Sports Facilities
A Systematic Investment in Sport for Future Generations

Robyn Smith OAM, Governing Board Member, International Paralympic Committee
How to Create a Global Inclusive World for Sport Participation

Robyn Monro Miller, President, International Play Association (IPA)
The Global Future of Play

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