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Full Circle : Catalyst Talk Programme

The founders of Full Circle have reached out to the APEEE to share their upcoming talks.

Full Circule defines itself as a ‘home for a diverse community of people who contribute to positive change, a platform to connect good ideas with the power to carry them out‘.

You will find below their talks, do not hesitate to click on book now for more information and to register.

For more information on Full Circle, do not hesitate to visit their website : Full Circle members club and event space in Brussels

[Catalyst Talk] Mind the Gap, Eliza Filby Tue 31 Jan | 5.15pm  (for 14-19yr olds)  A new series of Catalyst talks for teenagers and young adults. In this first one, the fascinating ‘Historian of generations’ Eliza Filby will tell you all about the infamous generation gap, and why today’s youth might feel like older adults just don’t get them. Book now 
[Catalyst Talk] Conversation about Activism, Clare Farrell Tue 7 Feb  | 5.30pm  (for 14-19yr olds)  Clare Farrell will meet with teenagers and answer questions on activism, our planet’s future, and more.
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[Catalyst Talk] A World Of Perception, Anil Seth Thurs 16 Feb  | 5.15pm  (for 14-19yr olds)  Why is your way of perceiving the world different than everybody else’s around you? Join the conversation with neuroscientist Anil Seth to explore how our brain and senses work together to help us understand the world, in an engaging and accessible way.  Book now 
[Catalyst Talk] On Love & Care, Madeleine Bunting Thurs 16 March | 5.15pm  (for 14-19yr olds)  Prize-winning author Madeleine Bunting takes a deep dive into the important but invisible world of care. Book now 
[Catalyst Talk] Are You Free?, Lea Ypi Thurs 30 March | TBC  (for 14-19yr olds)  Lea Ypi’s memoir of growing up in communist Albania, Free, is an unforgettable coming-of-age story exploring the meaning of freedom in all its forms. The collapse of communism was a turning point in history that she remembers vividly and recounts with outstanding literary talent. Book now 
[Catalyst Talk] How to make the world a better place for all, AC Grayling Fri 21 April | 5.15pm (for 14-19yr olds)  It’s easy to feel a sense of powerlessness when every morning we’re greeted with bleak news of climate catastrophe, grave social injustice, political inaction and senseless violence. So how can we muster the courage to forge a new path and turn things around? Philosopher A.C. Grayling shares his ideas on how to make a better world. Book now 

Workshops for the week: 24th June to 28th June 2024 are full.


Friday 19/01/2024 afternoon for departures at 15:30 and 16:20  


Updated on 19/01/2024 – 11:50