The Goa Project is an annual “unconference” that brings together a diverse set of people from various fields – to converse, collaborate and co-create. Attendees learn, share, and exchange ideas in a range of different formats.
If you have a topic, skill or insight that you believe is worth conducting a debate, discussion, talk, workshop on, go on and use the Funnel to propose a session for it. If you are a performer - be it a solo act, a band, a magician, or an artist, nominate your performance under the section performance. Performers will be given a slot in the evenings once the session wraps up.
We encourage attendees to vote on the proposed topics. The opinion of our event participants is a key factor while curating the sessions that make it into the final agenda.
We have a framework of tracks - Society, Design, Interactive Media & Cinema, Fringe, Music, Performing Arts, etc. and a separate track for workshops. These are defined as sections in the submission form, we may refine these tracks/sections in the next step of the funnel with YOUR contributions.
- Topics related to religion and politics are not accepted.
- For your proposal to be considered you need to complete the Delegate Application form here https://goo.gl/forms/gXMi5hPmjWEfq8fz1.
Come share, pa!
We propose an interactive session to discuss the pros and cons of the sharing economy and how sharing can be promoted. We would also introduce share-pa.com, a platform, developed by the speakers, for peer-to-peer sharing. The platfrom connects lenders and borrowers and assists in keeping track of the items shared. As the website is in the beta-testing phase, we would like to get feedback from the participants on the platform, on our ideas for increasing adoption and brainstorm on the challenges and potential solutions.
The flow of the talk / presentation is (the draft slides are attached)
- Why buy, when you can share?
- Introduction to Share-Pa
- How it works
- Challenges (interactive session)
- How can you help
Sanket - works on Sustainable Business for WWF-India. Sanket is an MBA and a mechanical engineer with more than 10 years of experience in wide range of sectors including environment, public policy, social infrastructure and private sector development. In WWF-India, Sanket has been leading projects on water, sustainable commodities, extractives and finance for last 5 years. In his spare time, Sanket can be found travelling, trekking and cycling across the globe.
Gayatri - works on rural enterprise development with the Ministry of Rural Development and earlier with the United Nations Development Program. Gayatri is an MBA, an engineer with 10 years of experience in rural development and banking infrastruture development. With the Ministry, Gayatri has been working on promotion of rural enterprises for increasing incomes of rural poor and policy development.