Though COVID-19 lockdowns continue to keep us apart, TEDxSydney’s annual event will go ahead, with the lineup for their main event finally announced.

For the second year out of their 12-year history, TEDxSydney will be hosting the event online, broadcast from the Sydney Opera House on Friday, September 17.

This year’s theme, POSSIBLE, will see a lineup of speakers and performers showing the audience what is possible across science, technology, business, entertainment and more.

Here’s a rundown of the lineup announced so far.

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Grace Tame

The 2021 Australian of the Year has become known as an advocate for survivors of sexual assault, especially for those who were abused in institutional settings, since her campaign called #LetHerSpeak gained global support.

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George Peppou

A serial entrepreneur, inventor, and the CEO of food-tech startup, Vow, which developed the first kangaroo meat cultivated in a laboratory, Peppou is hoping to produce food that is “sustainable, abundant, and irresistible”.

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Shelley Reys AO

Shelley is a Djiribul woman of far-north Queensland, who has been a leader in the reconciliation space for 30 years and helps the Australian workforce achieve goals and work in the Indigenous space.

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Uncanny Valley

Charlton Hill and Justin Shave are the duo behind Uncanny Valley that combines music and technology. They believe in pursuing augmented creativity and look to define the ethical and sustainable role emerging tech can play in the music industry.

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Tracey Rogers

Tracey is an ecologist who studies how animals overcome the challenges of changing environments in order to survive. She is known for her work with leopard seals.

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Sarah Saleh

A poet, writer, human rights activist, and campaigner for refugee rights and racial justice, Sarah is the daughter of migrants from Palestine, Egypt, and Lebanon. She has had a decade-long career working with NGOs such as Amnesty International and has performed her poetry on a local and international scale.

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This article originally appeared on Over60.