New Zealand
21 February 2017
Rutherford House Lecture Theatre 2, 23 Lambton Quay, Wellington

Hero or traitor? The ethics of blowing the whistle

Presented by Institute for Governance and Policy Studies & Transparency International

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18 April 2017 to 21 April 2017
James Cook Hotel Grand Chancellor Wellington

The Women in Local Government Leadership Summit 2017 brings together some of the country’s foremost leaders in this vibrant sector, to share insights, advice and expertise from their leadership careers. This event will provide participants with the opportunity to meet and form valuable relationships with existing and emerging leaders in the Local Government space.Read more
17 March 2017
Clinical Education Centre, Auckland City Hospital, 2 Park Road, Grafton

The Diabesity symposium is showcasing the latest national and international research on diabetes and obesity. Jointly organised by two National Science Challenges—A Better Start and Healthier Lives—and the University of Otago’s Edgar Diabetes and Obesity Research Centre, this event will focus on how preventive actions and treatments can make a difference to the rising tide of diabesity.

Friday, 17 March 2017, 9am–5pm, Clinical Education Centre, Auckland City Hospital, 2 Park Road, Grafton

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16 March 2017
Clinical Education Centre, Auckland City Hospital, 2 Park Road, Grafton

This public forum examines the wide-ranging impacts of sugar in our society. Renowned broadcaster Kim Hill will chair an expert panel and take questions from the audience to tease out what we really know about this complex and controversial topic.

Sugar: a hot topic

These days it seems as if everyone is talking about sugar. Governments around the world are being asked to consider taxing sugar sweetened beverages, and some hospitals and schools have banned them. Parents are concerned about the amount of sugar their children consume.Read more
27 February 2017 to 2 March 2017

Women in Leadership: Achieving and flourishing

Ms Nixon and Professor Sinclair will encourage participants to share experiences, and to learn how to lead change while looking after themselves and others in demanding contexts.

“Our aim is to empower women to be role models for humane and people-centred leadership. To build effectiveness and to show that you don’t have to be perceived as hard-edged and tough to become a successful leader,” Ms Nixon said. 

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28 March 2017 to 31 March 2017
Wharewaka Function Centre

Liquid Learning is delighted to present Tē tōia, Tē haumatia - The Māori Leadership Forum 2017. This popular and inspiring event brings together a suite of accomplished front-runners from corporate, governmental and not-for-profit backgrounds to share their expertise and offer advice to help future leaders and the next generation of Māori achieve their full potential.Read more