Looking to hear incredible stories of resilience and empowerment in your workplace, school or community? Do you want to take an active part in promoting tolerance and positive change?
Jesuit Social Services’ Just Voices Speakers Program connects with the community in unique and unforgettable ways. We offer inspiring motivational keynote speakers, musicians and story tellers from diverse communities, cultures and lived experiences.
Not only will your event be skilfully delivered by our highly experienced team, but by engaging our services you will be supporting a social change organisation with 41 years’ experience working at the hard end of social justice.
Expertly matched to your event, class or gathering, our speakers and performing artists share their stories, culture and artistry to open up conversation in an engaging and unforgettable ways.
Our presentations are different, just like each of our presenters, however all stories come with positive messages of resilience and can be adapted to any age or group size.
Our presenters share their Indigenous culture, whilst others share their experience of being homeless, being engaged in the youth justice system, seeking refuge, fleeing conflict or persecution and finding a new life in Australia.
Many of our presenters are also spoken word poets or musicians. Their high energy hip-hop, drumming or acoustic performances complement their presentation or workshop.