Leaders Are Frauds, Too | Jahin Tanvir | TEDxMonashUniversity
Have you ever thought about how to be or feel like a fraud? When I asked you that, what would be your initial reaction? Are you shocked, surprised or intrigued? Feeling like a fraud or imposter is absolutely normal especially for leaders. The feelings could be coming from the Imposter Syndrome which might limit your abilities. Want to know more about Imposter Syndrome and how to combat with unique quick tricks? Jahin is going to take you through his unique story and experiments regarding Imposter Syndrome. Most importantly how to bring in a new self to combat that and be the best leader for yourself! Jahin Tanvir is a policy adviser, keynote speaker, author, and multicultural youth advocate. With a penchant for being multifaceted, Jahin possesses a strong background in youth advocacy and healthcare in leading youth-led organizations. He also runs Echo Chamber Escape, a diversity-first publication that promotes inclusion for people from multicultural backgrounds and recognizes their efforts in championing diversity around Australia and the world.In 2021, Jahin received the 2021 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year in Individual Community Service as well as recognition in the 7NEWs Young Achiever awards for NSW/ACT in the category of community service. Jahin also received the Zest Awards Outstanding Youth Leader of the year for 2021 for his work in assisting multicultural communities in Western Sydney. Jahin is also a young media spokesperson trained by the Economic Media Centre, providing expert media comments on multicultural people's experiences in Australian communities. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
Your Racism Made Me Stronger | Jahin Tanvir | TEDxYouth@ReddamHouse
Throughout his life, Jahin has faced moments of adversity, discrimination and had to come to grips with his personal and cultural identity. Jahin shares his experiences, struggles and the ways he surmounted them to be the man he is today, recently winning the 2021 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year award. Jahin Tanvir is a 20-year-old policy adviser, public speaker, author, and youth advocate. With a penchant of being multifaceted, Jahin possesses a strong background in youth leadership and advocacy in leading youth-led organisations such as Oaktree, World Vision, Red Cross, and the United Nations to name a few. In 2021, Jahin received the 2021 Young Canberra Citizen of the Year in Individual Community Service as well as recognition in the 7NEWs Young Achiever awards for NSW/ACT. Jahin was also named the Zest Awards Outstanding Youth Leader for 2021. He has had guest speaker roles in Parliament House, National Roundtable on COVID-19 Vaccines for Youth by the Department of Health, ABC National Radio, and various panel discussions revolving around bringing the issues of young people at the forefront of mainstream discussions. Jahin is also a young media spokesperson trained by the Economic Media Centre as part of the Centre for Australian Progress, providing expert media commentary on young people's experiences in Australian communities. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
ZEST 2021 - Outstanding Youth Leader - Jahin Tanvir
The Hon. Alister Henskens, Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services, presents the Outstanding Youth Leader Award to Jahin Tanvir. To find out more about the awards visit www.zestawards.com.au To watch the ZEST 2021 playlist click here - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUc5ViP7-PBOKIa2r2HW2ckeqOWAy-mk6
Youth Mental Health in the Digital Age of Covid-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has greatly changed the way we live. Many of us are facing challenges that can be stressful, overwhelming, and cause strong emotions in adults, youth, and children. Community fear and panic can be fuelled amongst youth by rumours, myths and misinformation shared on social media. Affinity, UN Youth NSW & ANU College of Law have brought together a panel of speakers who will discuss how we can ensure the youth are given opportunities to cope and manage during these difficult times as well as the unique challenges facing young people related to their use of social media during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tune in to hear from Daniel Angus (Deputy Commissioner Mental Health Commission of NSW), Jahin Tanvir (Youth Advocate) and Dr Faith Gordon (Senior Lecturer in Law ANU) as they discuss with facilitator Tahnee Jash (Reporter, ABC Health/Science). #youth #mentalhealth #covid #socialmedia #unyouth #un #health #technology
PCHSS Webinar: Creating a Sustainable Health System through Collaboration
At the centre of building a more sustainable healthcare system are the experiences and journeys of the health consumer. Australians report overall positive views towards the healthcare system, but we know that 30% of care that is delivered is low value, and 10% of care results in direct harm to patients. Our health system is constantly faced with new challenges: an ageing population, increasing rates of chronic disease, health system fragmentation, and expensive new health technologies. In this webinar, Leanne Wells (CEO of the Consumers Health Forum of Australia) outlines the challenges that our health system faces and will explore the ways that we can build a health system that can addresses these challenges while increasing care quality, safety, and value for consumers. Following Ms Wells’ presentation there is a panel discussion featuring Linda Beaver and Jahin Tanvir, two health consumer advocates. The conversation is moderated by Yvonne Zurynski, who is Associate Professor of Health System Sustainability at Macquarie University, and is co lead of the PCHSS’s Observatory for Health System Sustainability.
Intersectionality in Mental Health - What makes us different?
National Youth-led Panel on Mental Health hosted by Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network Australia (MYAN) on Monday 12 July. Panel top row (L to R): Jahin Tanvir, Sarah Al Helfy Panel bottom row (L to R): Jane Chen (moderator), Yatha Jain 0:00 Introductions 7:58 Lived experiences of mental health 13:06 Cultural background influencing mental health experiences 17:58 Education, job-seeking affecting mental health 25:07 Mental vs physical health 34:55 Role of older youth generations 39:11 Mental health vs mental illness 45:55 State of current mental health infrastructure 52:30 What's working well? 59:57 Creating better spaces for young people 1:04:17 Dream solution to challenges 1:13:32 Combating gossip culture 1:17:09 Final take away message for service providers