Be You Virtual Conference 2022
Unpacking ‘empowerment’ and growing a shared definition
Explore the relationship between empowerment and resilience with a focus on the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
Exploring empowerment across learning communities
Join headspace Schools Clinical Lead Ebony Gill and a panel of educators as they explore what empowerment means to them in their education setting.
Unpacking the ‘power’ in empowerment
Take a critical look at the distribution of power in early learning services and schools, and explore some of the theories and approaches that underpin genuine, inclusive empowerment.
Empowerment is a partnership: Connecting and engaging with families and communities to build capacity
Connect and engage with families and communities to support children and young people to be confident, hopeful and resilient.
Transitions as empowerment opportunities
See how transitions in education settings provide both opportunities and challenges for empowering children and young people, educators and families.
Children’s rights as a protective factor for mental health drives everything we do
Engage in reflections and practical examples on how embedding children’s rights into philosophy, policies and pedagogical practice supports children’s mental health and wellbeing.
Practical strategies to grow empowering organisations and systems
Explore a range of practical strategies to support early learning leaders to develop and continually improve an empowered organisational culture.
Empowering young people in disaster preparedness, response, recovery and resilience
Learn how some learning communities have integrated the empowerment of children and young people into disaster preparedness and response to foster recovery and resilience.
Planning for Empowerment: A look to the future with Be You
Reflect on the insights, learnings and knowledge shared during the two-day Virtual Conference. Together with Be You, look to the future with a plan for empowering your learning community.