Manal Younus

Writer, Spoken Word Artist, Advocate

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. The young artist also facilitates writing, performance, public speaking, youth empowerment and intercultural awareness workshops in schools, community groups and professional environments to encourage others to develop their own voices.

Manal will be hosting the events at "The Spot" across both conference days. 

    9:30am - 10:00am

    Conference Day Two Friday 14

    Opening Session: Welcome to Day Two

    Speakers
    Grace Edward, Multicultural Youth QLD, BEMAC
    Manal Younus,  Spoken word poet, public speaker, writer

     

    RAPPP1 Main Auditorium

    1pm - 2.15pm

    Conference Day One Thursday 13

    Lunchtime Side Session - Conference Participants Debrief @The Spot

    Delegates are invited to continue and reflect upon the discussion from the opening plenary in an informal lunch session hosted by Manal Younus

     

    The Spot