Programme

Mihi Whakatau
This will take place after breakfast on Wednesday morning at 8.30 am sharp. For those attendees who are not staying on Tuesday night, please ensure you’re there on time for this. We’ll be singing Purea Nei.  We’ll have some copies of the words for you on the day, but feel free to get practicing – here’s a link to a nice version of the song on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OSjQ0L7C2sE 

Wednesday, 17 October Thursday, 18 October Friday 19 October
Theme – Strengthening our own Networks Theme – Advocacy and Social Enterprise Social Enterprise Aotearoa Forum
8.30-9am Welcome ceremony – Mihi Whakatau 7.30-8.30am Breakfast
9-9.15am Introduction 8.30-8.45am Welcome and Introduction
9.15-10am How Communities can engage with tackling Climate change

Speaker: James Shaw

Room: Boardwalk Hall

8.45-10.30am Development of the Community Enterprise sector in Aotearoa

Speaker: Billy Matheson

Room: Boardwalk Hall

Stream 1 Stream 2
10-10:30am Network Collaboration Report Back and Future Steps Government advocacy – how can we be more effective?
Speakers:

Phil O’Reilly

Margot Christelier

Social Enterprise- Impact Initiative
Speakers:

Matthew Luxon

Louise Aitken

10.30-11am Morning tea 10.30-11am Morning tea
11-12.30pm Individual Networks Session 11-12.30pm The future of philanthropy – focus on impact investment
Speakers:

Kate Frykberg

Ian Short

Phil Squire

Best practice for engaging and bring communities together on big issues

Speakers Dave Hanna, Inspiring Communities

12.30-1pm Lunch 12.30-1.30pm Lunch
1-3pm Individual Networks Session 1.30-3pm How can we do better social procurement?

Speakers: Dr Sean Barnes
ZWN Auckland case study

Maori have been ‘doing’ Social Enterprise for a long time – learning from tangata whenua

Tyne Nelson, Para Kore

Kaye Maree Dunn

3-3.30pm Afternoon tea 3-3.30pm Wrap up Session
3.30-5.30pm Individual Networks Session 3.30-4pm Departure
6pm Event

 


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