Pecha Kucha: Reconcile


6PM - 9.30PM




PechaKucha, the global phenomenon, is coming to UniSA.

We've hand-picked a selection of our most passionate students and invited two guest speakers to share their 20 slide x 20 second stories and ideas on the theme, RECONCILE. PechaKucha is a fast-paced, grassroots presentation style, so be prepared for any and every kind of RECONCILE perspective.

Join us in MOD.'s intimate Theatre Gallery as we think, drink, and discover the unexpected. What you can expect is:

> A drink on arrival

> Nibbles

> Prizes

> The opportunity to network before and after the event

RESERVE your free ticket

Bookings are essential – tickets are limited and will be scanned upon entry.

The University of South Australia supports sustainable events and entertainment, and prefers you refrain from printing a hard copy but keep your booking barcode on your mobile device instead.



Gabriel ‘DyspOra’ Akon is an award-winning Hip-Hop recording Artist, Sonic Activist, Poet & founder of the playback 808 Kingdom. The nomadic troubadour was born in South Sudan and raised across various locations in East Africa until his family migrated to the South Australian city of Adelaide. After spending his formative years in a Refugee camp in Kenya, DyspOra saw music as a key tool in breaking down cultural, lingual and racial barriers.

He is the current ambassador for the Timpir Foundation which provides education to more than 1400 Children in South Sudan. The Playback 808 founderhas been featured in publications such as Swampland, VICE, Complex, and his story has been told on ABC news, SBS & Rolling Stone magazine.

Instagram: @playback808


Manal Younus

Manal Younus is an Australian based freelance storyteller from Eritrea who believes that language and stories are the very fabric of our existence. Using her writing and performance , Manal explores different aspects of life from perseverance, identity, travel and truth. She speaks on a vast number of issues including youth leadership, gender and female empowerment, faith, blackness, culture, language, migration, displacement, racism and interculturalism.

Manal has featured on ABC's QandA, presented at the Adelaide TEDx Conference in 2016, the National Multicultural Women's Conference of 2016, the Adelaide Festival of Ideas and Open State Festival, the Halogen Foundation's Young Leaders Convention, The Council for International Schools Conference 2017 and James Cook University's Young Language Ambassadors Conference of 2018, just to name a few favourites.


Instagram: @manalyounus