WELLINGTON FORUM 2019
Thu 04 Jul 2019, 12:15 pm
Thu 04 Jul 2019, 05:30 pm
Renouf Foyer - Michael Fowler Centre
Conferences Workshops Classes, Community Development Event, Community, Issues Activity
Wheelchair access, Accessible toilets
$86.25 (waged) and $28.75 (unwaged) exclusive of GST
Limited number of early bird (waged) $69.00 inclus
Registration fee only $86.25 (waged) and $28.75 (unwaged)*
Limited number of early bird (waged) $69.00 inclusive of GST. *
* Booking fees apply.
Registration from 11.45 am - Drinks and networking until 7 pm.
Lunch is not included. Light refreshments available in the afternoon.
Big ideas are cool again. The best place to find them is at Wellington: Creating Tomorrow, a forum inspired by Rotary.
The Forum has been run for eight years covering a range of topics from privacy and security to lessons for Wellington from the Christchurch earthquakes.
The last two years have been focused on developing a blueprint for the future of Wellington by hosting New Zealand’s most innovative. This year we’ll build on that success by sharing new ideas and aspirations and fostering ‘communities of interest’ among participants to help them engage, collaborate and co-create.
Our audience will be multi-generational, from all walks of life and inclusive of Māori, Pasifika, Pākehā and new immigrants. As well as young people, we’re engaging those with young families and the elderly, so that every perspective is heard. The common denominator is a passion for discovery and a commitment to tangible change.
So come and join in the conversation and be part of creating your Wellington of tomorrow.
Among the speakers are:
Hon Grant Robertson MP for Wellington
Tamatha Paul President Victoria University Students’ Association
Moana Mackey Chief Advisor to Chief City Planner, WCC
Wayne Mulligan Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika
Sophie Handford School Strike 4 Climate
Anake Goodall Chair Hillary Institute of International Leadership
Dr Sarb Johal Psychologist and disaster mental health expert
Chloe Swarbrick MP