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TUESDAY 2 MAY
FORUM DAY ONE - WEDNESDAY 3 MAY
FORUM DAY TWO - THURSDAY 4 MAY
|08.30am||Delegates Breakfast/Karakia - blessing|
|08.55am||Peter Pal Advertorial|
|9.00am||National Library Presentation: NZLPP Mahi
Guest Speaker: Rachel Esson, Director of the National Library New Zealand with Mark Crookston, Manager, Content and Collections
Introduced by PLNZ Regional Rep, Chris Hay, Manager Tūranga, Christchurch City Libraries
|Learn all about the mahi produced from the New Zealand Libraries Partnership Programme (NZLPP). What have been the findings? How does this help our understanding of future leadership?|
|9.45am||Local Government New Zealand presentation: NZLPP Mahi|
Guest Speaker: Marion Read, LGNZ policy advisor
|Marion will join Rachel and Mark to present new research: libraries as a vehicle for public service delivery.|
|10.15 am||Round Table Discussion & Open Sharing: Delegates have an opportunity to discuss the topic and then share with colleagues.
Stand up Regional Reports: Regional Reps: Lisa Salter (Far North & Auckland), Tangimeriana Rua (Waikato/Bay of Plenty), Lois Haddon (Central North Island), Tiffany Rawlings (Wellington, Wairarapa), Chris Hay (Upper South Island), and Anne-Maree Wigley (Lower South Island)
Introduced by Anne- Maree Wigley, Dunedin City Libraries
Always a highlight of the National Forum's programme. Get the gen from around the regions and celebrate our mahi!
|11.30am||Networking & Refreshments|
|12.00pm||James Bennett advertorial|
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Strategic Topic: Witch Burning in the 21st Century: Dangerous speech, misogyny, and democracy.
Kate Hannah is a cultural historian of science and technology who has extensive experience in research translation, strategic communications, policy development, and community engagement. Her research interests include gender, 'race', eugenics, colonisation and white supremacism in historic and contemporary science and technology cultures and subcultures.
|12.45pm||Round Table Discussion & Open Sharing: Delegates have an opportunity to discuss the topic and then share with colleagues.
Facilitated by: Dyane with Kate.
|1.00pm||Networking & Lunch|
Strategic Topic: Making the world a better place.
Guest Speaker: Echo Janman, Manager Community Hub Central City at Auckland Council.
Introduced by Lisa Salter, Kaipara District Libraries
|An advocate for innovation and thought leadership, Echo has worked with and for communities for the best part of 20 years. Her work at Auckland Council allows her to usher in digital solutions for online community connection [Read more]|
|2.45pm||Round Table Discussion & Open Sharing: Members have an opportunity to discuss the topic and then share with colleagues.||Echo is very keen to hear what other libraries are doing in their regions around the country.|
|3.00pm||Last words & Closing Karakia|
Note: This programmme was accurate at the time of publication and may be subject to unforeseen changes.